Therapist's company aims to elevate quality of special-needs products

09/8/2011 | Reuters

Occupational therapist Aviva Weiss, a mother who has three children who required developmental therapy, founded Fun and Function, a company that sells clothing, games and recreational equipment for children with developmental disabilities. Customers of the nearly $2 million company include parents, teachers, therapists and schools. "There's no reason why parents shouldn't have products that don't just help kids, but feel good, look good and are affordable," Weiss said.

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