Questionnaire on clothing needs for children with sensory sensitivity
Around 90% of autistic people have difficulties with sensory stimuli, which have a psychological, physical and social impact.

Dear Ocean, an inclusive clothing brand, in partnership with Associação Portuguesa Voz do Autista, developed a collection for autistic adults that met the specific difficulties reported by autistic adults; the result, the Infinity collection, is available at HTTPS:/ /www.dearocean.pt/.

Based on the excellent acceptance of the proposals created and placed on the market, Dear Ocean and the Associação Portuguesa Voz do Autista intend to deepen their partnership and make it even more inclusive. Hence, there is now the possibility of creating a for children between the age group of 4 (101 cm variation of +/- 4.5 cm) to 12 (151 cm variation of +/- 6.5 cm) years*.

In this way, we are asking for your feedback on specific needs in clothing for autistic children, which you would like to see in future collections.

If you are autistic and have a family member who is autistic, you can answer twice or add both recommendations/suggestions at the same time. 

This questionnaire will be processed by Associação Portuguesa Voz do Autista, and for any questions, you can contact geral@vozdoautista.pt. This questionnaire is entirely anonymous; it does not retain personal information, e.g. email address or other metadata that makes it possible to identify the respondent.~

By submitting, you accept the processing of the data collected based on the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) No. 679/2016, of April 27 - RGPD) and Law No. 58/2019, of August 08 (Portuguese legal system, origin of the questionnaire), which ensures the implementation, in the national legal system, of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the Parliament and of the Council, of April 27 2016, on the protection of individuals about the processing of personal data and free movement of that data.

* Mean height values (boy/girl) obtained based on the World Health Organization table:
Desenvolvimento de referência de crescimento da OMS para crianças e adolescentes em idade escolar - PMC (nih.gov) Tabela - PMC (nih.gov) .

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What aspects are essential in creating a clothing line for autistic children?
1. Are there any clothes the child you are answering for usually wears whenever they can?

2. What do they particularly like about this outfit?
What kind of fabrics do they prefer? (You can check the tags of your favourite clothes)
Some kind of fabric they can't wear or find it uncomfortable? If yes, which ones?
Have you ever had to make changes to clothes for them to be able to wear them?
What colours does your child typically prefer to use? (You can put on others if you have a favourite colour)

What motor needs do you think are essential to consider?

Do you tend to prefer tighter or looser clothes? Any area of the body where you need to feel pressure from clothing, e.g. neck, wrists or that you can't/is it painful to wear clothes that put pressure on?

Do you want to suggest/add something that you haven't added in the previous questions, but do you think we should know?

Do you want to add a suggestion or idea not covered in this survey?
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