Clothing removal solution for child with autism

by Mendy Norris
(Ft. Worth, Texas)

I am looking for pajamas my 12 year old autistic child can not remove. Something to keep him from tearing and eating his diapers.

Answer from Anna:

That's a terrible problem to deal with, but we've been able to provide solutions to many people.

You can find back zipper pajamas that were designed to deter removal in our store, here:

Back Zipper Pajamas for Special Needs Children

They are available for boys and girls
- youth sizes 8, 10, 14, 16, 18.
The sizing chart is available at the bottom of the page noted above.

I would suggest you try these. For most people, that does the trick, and will allow you to rest with your mind at ease.

If you have a very, very determined person, and you need something even more foolproof, you could try the bodysuit barrier outfits, available here:

Bodysuit Barrier

The barrier outfits are under-garments, designed to be only removed by the caregiver.

They are available for both children and adults, in sizes small through XXL.

The only disadvantage of the bodysuit barrier is that it also requires complete removal before toileting.
But, for those people that are very persistent, it certainly beats the alternative!

Hope that helps!

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