SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. (WHDH) - Two mothers in Massachusetts are on a mission, starting their own adaptive clothing company for people with disabilities and those recovering from injuries or surgeries.
Called “befree” the company is based in Swampscott. Co-founders Nikki Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo recently spoke to 7NEWS.
“We like to say ‘Dress with less stress,’ because we want everyone to not be stressed about the basic tasks that people can take for granted when getting dressed,” DiCamillo said.
Puzzo said the idea for the company came from the experience of trying to dress her youngest daughter, Stella.
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