Elizabeth struggled to find clothes that fit her and were comfortable for her children with sensory processing challenges.
Clothes with seams, buttons and zippers constructed not to rub against skin were impossible to find.
Those challenges inspired her to launch her own clothing business, Elizabeth’s Creations. And she was set up for success through the Enterprising Women program through Kaleidoscope Social Impact, supported by the United Way.
With her children still toddlers, the ability to conduct her business online allows her to meet the work-life balance she requires while helping others with sensory issues and looking for unisex clothing that fits.