(Go to Home Page). We have been making clothing for adults with disabilites, handicaps and special needs for over 30 years. Our goal is always to promote independence in dressing to the extent possible and then assistance to the caregiver in our adaptive clothing designs when assisted dressing is needed. Our various adaptive designs feature snap back garments, hook and loop closures, generous elastic waistbands and long, bilateral zippers on pants. Choose from our wide selection of clothing according to the person’s dressing needs. Browse through the catalog for many other garments and give us a call with any questions or specific dressing requirements.
Don't forget to also look at our accessories for wheelchairs and walkers like the shearling arm and hand rests to ease pressure and our selection of walker and wheelchair bags to keep personal items within reach.
Women's Disability Clothing Styles
Choose from our clothing for women with disabilites based upon the person’s ability to dress herself. The woman dresses independently (self dresser) or needs help to dress (assisted dressing). Keep in mind that a woman may be able to self dress with some of our adaptive features suggested below.
Clothing for Women with a Disability – Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
Our generously cut float dresses are very easy to put on with no buttons or zippers to struggle with and the knee coverage is good for the woman in a wheelchair. We have many other dresses in our traditional dresses category that she may be able to wear. Take a look.
Depending upon her disability, she may be able to independently manage our pull on, side zip or back flap slack designs. These slacks make dressing and personal care easier for the woman who is independent or who needs some assistance.
Our pants sets are also popular with ladies with disabilities. The pull over tops and pull on pants are great looking, comfortable and stylish for just about any occasion. She may also like our sweat sets, available all year long.
Shoes need to be comfortable, have non-skid soles and be easy to wear. All of our shoes meet these criteria. Based upon her likes and needs, you are certain to find shoes and slippers in our catalog to satisfy.
Clothing for Women with a Disability – Needs Help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
Our adaptive dresses come in many styles that make dressing more comfortable for the woman with a disability and less of a struggle for the caregiver. Choose the style based upon the woman’s dressing abilities.
If the disability necessitates the use of a wheechair, our snap back knit tops and coordinated side zip pants are a perfect choice. Remember, you can mix and match adaptive (look for the AD symbol) with traditional syles based upon the disabilties. Just let us know.
The comfort and ease of dressing with our popular sweatsuits make them a perfect choice for the woman with disabilities. Choose from our many colors and prints and mix and match according to dressing abilities.
Depending upon the degree of disability, an open back nightgown may be the most comfortable sleepwear garment. She might also like our adaptive lounge set for relaxing during the day or evening.
Using a wheelchair can be rough on the arms as her arms rest on the wheelchair most of the day. Our fleece wheelchair arm covers are one of the several accessories you'll find in our catalog. If she uses a walker, you should also look at those accessories.
Men's Disability Clothing Styles
Choose from our clothing for men with disabilites based upon the person’s ability to dress himself. The man dresses independently (self dresser) or needs help to dress (assisted dressing). Keep in mind that a man may be able to self dress with some of our adaptive features suggested below.
Clothing for Men with a Disability – Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
For casual wear, our short and long sleeve t-shirts are great. Easy to pull on and very comfortable. They come in many colors as well as prints for his every need.
Our sweatsuits are one of our most popular items with adults with disabilities. We have them all year long and they are very easy and comfortable to wear. He might also like them mixed with t-shirts for a few outfits.
Clothing for Men with a Disability – Needs Help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
Open back shirts will provide dressing ease for the gentleman who cannot dress himself. Our collection is varied, so please take a look.
Mix and match our sweats depending upon the disability needs of your gentleman. Snap back tops with traditional bottoms or traditional tops with side zip bottoms.
Don't forget to look at our snap back undershirts if he needs snap back shirts.
If a wheelchair gets your man around, take a look at our accessories to make carrying things less of a challenge.