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Cool Gear for Kids with Special Needs

INSPIRED BY THEIR SONS, TWO CONNECTICUT MOMS DEVELOP A STYLISH APP TO CONNECT PARENTS RAISING KIDS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Wolf Pack Wolf “was the inspiration, but it’s not about him,” says Tozzi (with Mann) of her son. “We needed to help these moms meet each other.”

For Carissa Tozzi, one of the hardest days of her life as a mom was when her son Wolf’s preschool teachers told her he was struggling to focus and calm himself. They suspected the boy had sensory-processing issues.

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