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These compression shirts could truly be beneficial

Written by: Doreen Deck

I have worked with and around many individuals on the spectrum...

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She was self-soothing, without the teacher’s help, and she was able to sit up and do tasks for longer periods.

Written by: Jerilyn Jackson, Mom to Kaylee, 4 years old

I didn’t tell Kaylee's teacher that she was wearing CalmWear, because I wanted to see what differences would be noticed without looking for the changes. They made notes at her school that Kaylee's "volume" (yelling and disruption) had noticeably reduced in length and velocity!!

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Sizing Charts

We have already allowed for the correct amount of  sensory compression, so please use the exact chest measurement when deciding on size.

If your measurement is between two sizes, our recommendation is that you size down, although both will work. The reason we recommend sizing down, is that most individuals are craving the sensory input to feel calm, so slightly more snug is always a safe way to go. However, if the garment is for a growing child, you may want to choose the higher of the two sizes. 

 CalmWear needs to provide gentle sensory compression to the muscles to work effectively, so be sure to choose the size within these guidelines. 

CHILD VESTS & T-SHIRTS

Size

Chest

CM Inches
0 46cm 18"
1 48cm 19"
2 52cm 20.5"
3 54cm 21"
4 56cm 22"
5 58cm 23"
6 60cm 23.5"
7 62cm 24.5"
8 64cm 25"
9 66cm 26"
10 68cm 26.5"
12 70cm 27.5"
14 74cm 29"
16 78cm 30.5"
18 82cm 31.5"

 

CHILD SHORTS & LEGGINGS PANTS

Size

Waist

CM Inches
0 43cm 17"
1 45cm 17.5"
2 47cm 18.5"
3 49cm 19.5"
4 51cm 20"
5 53cm 21"
6 55cm 21.5"