Lindsey Laurain (ezpz’s founder) has a huge heart when it comes to the special needs community.

She has dedicated resources to make proper eating techniques and awareness of appropriate developmental milestones a focus of our company. More specifically, she has hired Dawn Winkelmann, M.S., CCC-SLP, as the Special Needs Program Coordinator and Feeding Specialist. As such, ezpz’s products are tested and approved by me (and other therapists) to ensure that neurotypical children, as well as kids with special needs, can use our products.

Additionally, ezpz is honored to be part of the Changing the Face of Beauty campaign.  This campaign involves highlighting individuals with disabilities as models in the media and advocating for other commercial retailers to do the same. ezpz supports this movement not only because their products have helped children (and adults) with disabilities, but also because they love seeing the beautiful faces of their customers and models with Down syndrome, autism, low vision, cerebral palsy… just to name a few.

Lindsey Laurain is proud to work for a company that has made changing lives a core value by way of ensuring mealtime is “ezpz” for all families.