This care issue includes easy dressing clothing, adaptive footwear, and assistive devices that enable individuals to be more independent with dressing and grooming.
Adaptive Footwear (10 products)
Adaptive footwear includes shoes and slippers that have been modified in some way to make them easier to don or doff by an individual who has limited reach, movement, or sensation.
Alzheimer's Undressing Clothes (15 products)
Especially designed for residents who may pull at clothing and tug at buttons and zippers, resulting in inappropriate undressing.
Dressing Aids (21 products)
This section contains product information about assistive devices such a shoe horns, button pulls, and sock aids that help individuals who have limited use of the upper extremities, reduced fine motor control, impaired sensation, or general reduced mobility.
Grooming (8 products)
This section features person hygiene and grooming accessories designed for people with difficulty grasping or using typical personal care items.
Men's Adaptive Clothing (23 products)
There are a number of different types of clothing specifically designed for men to make getting dressed easier such as front and back snap shirts, items with hook and loop closures, and cut away back clothing.
Women's Adaptive Clothing (32 products)
There are a number of different types of clothing specifically designed for women to make getting dressed easier such as front and back snap shirts, items with hook and loop closures, and cut away back clothing.
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