Adaptive clothing is designed for people who have mobility issues, are confined to a bed or use a wheelchair. The open back design allows for easy dressing and undressing. Adaptive clothing incorporates domes/snaps, Velcro brand closures, Easy Touch and Zipper closures in order to facilitate ease of dressing.
If you experience difficulty getting in or out of your clothes, or you are a caregiver whose loved one requires assistance dressing, then look no further for dressing and footwear solutions.
To learn more about adaptive clothing and to see how it is used watch the video below.
Adaptive Shirts – completely open up, allowing the arms to slide into the garment sleeves without ever having to raise or lower arms, this also eliminates the struggle with small neck openings. The back overlap is then folded over and snapped into place. There is no split in the middle so everything is covered and is very discrete and many times you cannot even tell that it is an open back garment!
Adaptive Pants – completely open up in the back to allow you to get dressed while seated. Legs are inserted into the pant legs from a seated position and drawn up to the inner thigh. Caregivers simply snap the generous back overlap in place, providing complete coverage and discretion. Assisted disrobing is just as easy. The person has been effortlessly dressed by the caregiver from a seated position with no weight-bearing required!
Arthritis, lowered hand dexterity and partial paralysis can make buttons, small openings and laces impossible! Hidden fasteners/easy touch closures in adaptive apparel can make garments and footwear comfortable and functional for the wearer. In addition, elasticized waists make it easy to pull on garments when challenged by lowered hand dexterity
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