Some large companies such as Target and Zappos have started selling adaptive clothing. The clothes are designed to help people with disabilities get dressed more easily. Many of these items were created by individuals whose family members have disabilities. Braille patches for clothes, and shirts with openings for feeding tubes, are two examples. One mom made a pair of jeans for her son with muscular dystrophy. He usually wore sweatpants, but his friends wore jeans. He wanted to wear jeans, too. People with disabilities are also being seen on the runway.