As a mom of a son with special needs, Susan Kleiman first focused on finding socks that were not neutral and drab, offered comfort and breath-ability, and could be worn under Ross’s braces. When Susan’s search reached a dead end, she had a brainstorm: fun, fashionable socks for children with special needs.
When I asked Susan how she dealt with the initial shock of Ross’s condition, she explained, When you get lemons, you make lemonade. I moved from being distraught to being motivated. Believe me, I have my bad days, but this venture has helped me tremendously. Read more