Target Expands Apparel To Help Meet The Needs Of Children With Disabilities

One of our favorite Target kid brands, Cat & Jack is introducing adaptive apparel made specially for kids and toddlers with disabilities.

The collection will include pieces like puffer jackets, t-shirts, diaper-friendly leggings, and hooded sweatshirts for boys and girls. With features like side and back snaps, zipper closures, and hidden abdominal openings, the items were created to make the process of getting your kids ready a lot easier. 

"Our team met with real kids to understand what their needs are in different types of apparel, then put our expertise to the test to create the products. Without a doubt, this has been the most meaningful project that I have been a part of," said Mari Anderson, principal technical designer, Kids Apparel, Target. 

Mark your calendars, the collection arrives exclusively at starting Oct. 22! 

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