A three-year-old boy with cerebral palsy inspired Marks & Spencer to create a new clothing range catering for children with disabilities.
Caleb Kutt has the dystonic quadriparesis form of cerebral palsy, which means he gets involuntary muscle spasms as a result of incorrect signals from the brain.
His grandmother, Rita Kutt, said it was difficult to find clothes that Caleb could wear, because he was still in nappies and fed through a tube on his tummy.
For Caleb, wearing T-shirts that can easily rise up means he has access to his tube and can pull it. The family also needed bodysuits that enable them to easily change his nappy.
Caleb Kutt and his mum Zoe
“When you’re buying babies’ bodysuits from a high street store, they are about five…