Susan Donohoe is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist with a Certification in Sensory Integration and SIPT testing, has additional background experience in burn and hand therapy, has a degree in Physical Education, and is a mother to 6 children. Susan received her Occupational Therapy Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and has been practicing O.T. for over 30 years. She has long been an advocate for children with disabilities. Through many years of working closely with educators, therapists, nursing professionals, manufacturers, and experts in design, she founded Kozie Clothes in 2006 as a way to incorporate Neuroscience Principles into relevant designed apparel and products for children with disabilities. Because of this passion and commitment to helping children, she developed the concept for a line of adorable and kid friendly products that offer therapeutic benefits, safety, and ease of use. Through many years of working closely with educators, therapists, nursing professionals, manufacturers, and experts in design, she founded Kozie Clothes in 2006 as a way to incorporate Neuroscience Principles into trendy and relevant products and apparel.
Kozie Clothes is committed to serving the unique need for stylish, fun, and therapeutic clothing and products for the Pediatric disability community. At Kozie Clothes we believe that all children are unique, and deserve to feel comfortable and happy every day.We have a wide range of sensory engineered clothing and solutions for kids of all ages, as well as products designed for toddlers, newborns, and preemies who require ongoing medical care.
The technology and therapeutic principals incorporated into each design, provides proprioceptive and tactile sensory input, comforting children with highly sensitive nervous systems. In addition, Kozie Clothes has developed product solutions designed for newborns and preemies and children undergoing serious medical attention, providing easier ways for guardians and medical staff to care for them.