Washable and disposable swimwear options for special needs kids

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Washable and disposable swimwear options for special needs kids

Innovative swimwear for special needs

We'd like to introduce you to something you may haven't seen before: Conni Kids Swim Shorts, for boys, girls and adults, all tested / proven to be compliant with pool regulations for containment.

Customer reaction to these Conni swim shorts is very positive:

Conni Kids containment swimwear in three patterns with technical drawing

Conni Adults containment swimwear in three patterns with technical drawing

Part of our swimwear collection, we also an alternative style, the SOSecure Swim diaper, where the swimsuit can be worn underneath a favourite swim suit.

Discreet SOSecure Containment Swim Brief shown under a regular bathing suit

SOSecure Containment Swim Brief for Children

...- or as a swimsuit, customized with fun patterns for kids:

SOSecure Containment Swim Briefs

 SOSecure Containment Swim Briefs

 

SOSecure Containment Swim Brief for Children

In our many conversations with parents of special needs kids, we also learned that life doesn't always allow for easy access to laundry rooms, and so disposable swimwear options are also needed - and sometimes even worn under the washable suit, to allow for quick changes on the swim-go.

We're pleased to let you know that we carry Swimmates, from the Tranquility Premium Incontinence line:

Swimmates Disposable Swimwear from Tranquility

Available in a full range of sizes from 22" hip/waist (Small) through 80” hips/waist and 205+ lbs (2XL), Swimmates disposable swimwear is worn under a bathing suit to provide containment for bowel incontinence.

Inner leg cuffs help contain bowel incontinence, keeping the pool and swim suit clean. Swimmates are designed to have minimal swelling and do not break apart.

Tear-away side seams are used for easy removal and disposal. Like all Tranquility Premium products, Swimmates are latex-free.

Incontinence shouldn't stop big or little kids from being kids

Incontinence shouldn't stop kids from being kids and having fun in the water. Summer in this part of the world is just too short. Make the most of it.

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  • Cindy Clegg
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