Design Competition

Sensory Costume: Therapeutic Apparel for Children With Sensory Integration Dysfunction

Authors
  • Sherry J. Haar (Kansas State University)
  • Joann F. Boles (Virginia Tech)

Abstract

A design process developed by Joann Boles was used to develop a therapy garment for children with sensory integrative dysfunction who participated in occupational therapy. The design process included (a) problem development, (b) needs assessment, (c) prototype development, and (d) evaluation.

How to Cite:

Haar, S. J. & Boles, J. F., (1998) “Sensory Costume: Therapeutic Apparel for Children With Sensory Integration Dysfunction”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(2).

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Published on
31 Dec 1998
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