Clothing line helps children, teens with autism
A new clothing line is trying to make life easier for families affected by autism.
Bronx parent Jesse Mojica says "Independence Day" is foolproof for kids and adults with the disability.
Mojica says that no matter what way you put on an item from the clothing line, it's the right way.
The pants do not have buttons, zippers or clasps. Items even have hidden compartments that a GPS device can be inserted into in case the child or teen wanders off.
The line was thought up by Lauren Thierry, a Long Island mother who has a teenage son with autism.