Occupational therapist, entrepreneur
While providing disability support to two young people, Molly was struck by the lack of age-appropriate clothes available to them. With a fellow therapist, Emma Clegg, she co-found the JAM inclusive clothing range – named after her young clients, Jack and Maddie. JAM offers a small range of clothes that are designed to be easy for people with disabilities to put on. For example, the shirts have magnetic fasteners instead of buttons. Molly now plans to produce a new line of men’s and women’s linen shirts and sensory friendly tops, with the hope of kitting out more young people in JAM clothes for work and socialising.