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The Sensory Onesie taking the Media by Storm

The Sensory Onesie taking the Media by Storm

The Sensory Onesie taking the Media by Storm

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Since launching in 2008, instead of offering you a range of off-shelf products, we have allowed our customers to create their own Onesies on our Personalised Onesie Builder, which has led us to become leaders in mass customisation.

Over the past few months we have been working hand in hand with the National Autistic Society to create the Sensory Onesie.
Designed with the help of the National Autistic Society and Children affected by Autism, our Sensory Onesie is sewn in a way that makes seams feel seamless so that nothing irritates.

The children’s input has been so important, when things weren’t right, they really weren’t right. They provided raw and honest feedback, what they liked, they loved, and what they didn’t, they couldn’t tolerate.

“The children all told me what they wanted on their Onesies and having the ability to choose not to have a hood or feet or to have the feet detachable was a huge revelation. They loved the idea of creating their own and making it just as they wanted.”
Kate Dawson, Director, The All-in-One Company

We have always met the needs of the individual, and staying true to our beliefs, our Sensory Onesies is totally customisable too, and since Autism affects people in many different ways, our Create-your-Own Sensory Onesie is perfect.

Since launching on Monday, we have appeared in The Northumberland Gazette, The News Post Leader, NE Connected and on Tuesday night we had an interview on BBC Radio Newcastle with Donna Swan, who runs Calmer Therapy and Mother of one of the Children who visited The All-in-One Company and Jon Harle!

If you didn't catch it, you can listen to the full interview here; BBC Radio Newcastle 28 March 2017.

Thank you NAS

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.
More than 1 in 100 people are on the autism spectrum, including an estimated 700,000 people in the UK.

Although everyone is different, people on the autism spectrum may be under or oversensitive to sounds, touch, tastes, smells, light or colours, which can make everyday life extremely difficult, so we are so proud of our Sensory Onesie.

Made to Measure and available for both Children and Adults, you can Create-your-Own Sensory Onesie today.