Helps Special Needs Parents Easily Find Clothing Suited to Different Sensory/Behavioral Issues
Nashville, TN -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/09/2014 -- Jorgenson’s, the online clothing store dedicated to kids with special needs, announced today that it has updated its shopping website to offer needs-specific search. In addition to being able to search jorgensons.com by gender and clothing type, customers will now be able to look for children’s outfits according to six new categories: Comfy Stuff, Independence, Fidgety Things, Stuff that Stays on, Identifiers, and Tummy access.
“As a family business with a personal stake in the kinds of issues that our customers face, we thought it made sense to invest in making it easier to find exactly what you’re looking for,” said Jackie Elliott, founder of Jorgenson’s. “If your child has sensory processing disorder, you want to be confident that a shirt isn’t going to be scratchy. That’s what we do.”
Each category is intended to serve the specialized requirements of children with various sensory issues and behaviors that create the need for unique clothing. Instead of looking through all the products, the customers can, for example, look at only the products that let kids with autism fidget more appropriately, or only products that discourage undressing.
The recent addition of clothing from the Australian line, Wonsie, and safety wristbands from Buddy Tag created excitement about the ever-expanding offerings at Jorgenson’s. The addition also resulted in the need for these new search capabilities.
Jackie Elliott, President
653 Harpeth Knoll Rd.
Nashville, TN 37221