Adapted clothing for people with disabilities
It is not easy for people with disabilities to find stylish clothing that fits. People with disabilities sometimes seem like a forgotten population in the clothing industry. Clothing must be functional, comfortable and easy to put on and take off ! Therefore, it is time to consider wearing adaptive clothing for people with disabilities instead of the traditional options.
Because 1 in 4 people struggle with disabilities, many children and adults view dressing for work, school, or a social event as a dreaded activity . Finding a comfortable fabric, buttons to close easily, and items suitable to hide incontinence supplies are usually difficult to find.
Custom clothing should suit autistic children with sensory problems, those who use wheelchairs, incontinent seniors, and much more.
Having custom clothing is great, but having more style options and more types of comfortable pants would benefit many people with disabilities.
So what types of adaptive clothing are available?
Custom pants are comfortable pants that are easy to put on and take off. Examples of such trousers are elasticized trousers and wheelchairtrousers .
The care body
The care body unites undershirt and fixing pants in one product. The fixation body can be easily and easily worn like normal underwear. The zipper solution via the back or side simplifies the passage to the toilet. In healthcare, the care body simplifies the hygienic change of incontinence products, without the need for a complete undressing. The fabric of the fixing body is warm and pleasant to wear on the skin . The care body is suitable for men and women.
Polo shirts with zip between the legs
The polos are easy to dress people who are always sitting. Attention was also paid to approximating the appearance of ordinary clothing . It can be easily put on or off with zippers in the side seams. Our polos have one-piece short legs to prevent picking and greasing during the day.