Through partnership with NIHR CYP MedTech and the YHAHSN, Tookie have a long history of developing garments which secure central lines for NHS patients and in recent months, with help from the Gastroenterology team at SCH, have begun the initial stages of designing a range of garments which would fulfil the needs of patients with enteral devices and lines. NIHR CYP MedTech and Tookie recently hosted a PPI Focus group day, where parents of patients were invited to provide valuable feedback on the concept designs thus far. At this focus group, Stephen, Commercial Director of Tookie, was introduced to the parents of an SCH patient with highly complex enteral needs, who also has autism. The parents discussed at length with Stephen how this combination of factors had often led to frustrations for their son, due to the amount of devices on his torso, indicating that he frequently scratches, tugs and pulls these out, due to lack of awareness of the consequences. These actions lead to recurrent skin infections, complications with treatment and an increased number of hospital visits, along with much worry and concern for their family. The parents provided feedback on the concept designs presented at the focus group and made the Tookie team aware that these designs simply would not suit their son’s personal, highly complex and specialised needs. The Tookie ethos of achieving “a life more normal” for the patients and families that they work with, therefore motivated the team to endeavour to produce a bespoke garment for the family; one that would suit all of the patient’s needs and give his parents true peace.