Most seniors wish to remain home for as long as they are able to care for themselves or have someone at home to assist with care. Our clothing designs enable the elderly and adults with handicaps/special needs to dress independently and to assist the individual and the caregiver to carry out the dressing process with the least amount of effort possible.
Choose from our wide selection of clothing according to the person’s dressing needs. If the senior is able to dress independently, any of our everyday designs will work well. If the senior needs the assistance of a caregiver to get dressed, then our many adaptive designs will be perfect.
How does this work? Our home care clothing garments have a selection of open back, side zip and hook and loop closure designs that help the home health aide to dress the elderly patient or adult with a handicap/special need while she or he is still in bed or sitting in a chair. This is useful because it causes less tugging and pulling to get the person dressed and also allows access to provide personal care more often.
Our garments span the range of underwear to outerwear.
Please look through the catalog and make your selections. If you don’t see what you need, just call or email us.
Women's Homecare Clothing Styles
Clothing for Home Care – Women’s Fashions
Choose from our Home Care – Women’s Fashions based upon the woman’s abilities or limitations to dress with or without assistance. Keep in mind that a woman may be able to self dress with some of our adaptive features suggested below.
Clothing for Home Care – Women’s - Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
Our dusters and dresses always look great. Easy to put on and to care for.
Our very popular basic and printed sweatsuits are available all year long.
Clothing for Home Care – Women’s – Needs Help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
Our adaptive, open back dresses make the process of dressing less of a struggle and the woman wearing the garment looks great and does not have the discomfort of material bunching at her back. The dresses open completely down the back allowing the caregiver to help her to dress when she is still lying in bed or sitting in a chair. Snaps are placed to avoid pressure points on the spine.
Our adaptive knit sets are perfect for the woman who likes to wear pants sets, but needs help to dress. The snap back tops and side zip pants make assisted dressing easy. (Look for the AD symbol) You can also mix the adaptive pants or tops with items from our slacks and t-shirt knit tops to make up an outfit for her specific dressing needs. She will also like our adaptive sweatsuits. Take a look!
Our snap back sweaters are great for the woman who cannot move her arms enough to put on a sweater the usual way. The snaps down the back allow her to keep the arms at her sides while the caregiver pulls the sweater up and over the arms and into place and then snap the garment down the back. Comfortable and easy to do.
Men's Homecare Clothing Styles
Clothing for Home Care – Men’s Fashions
Choose from our Home Care – Men’s Fashions based upon the man’s abilities or limitations to dress with or without assistance. Keep in mind that a man may be able to self dress with some of our adaptive features suggested below.
Clothing for Home Care – Men’s - Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
Our VELCRO® brand closures sewn under the front placket of the shirt allows the man to dress without struggling with buttons. If he has difficulty with buttons, he might also have problems with making a knot on a tie. Take a look at our zip tie. Easy on and off and no struggle with knots!
If he does not need help with buttons, our great selection of traditional shirts should meet his needs. Note that we carry flannel all year long!
Our solid t-shirts come in many colors and both long and short sleeves. If he also likes prints, we have lots to select from.
Everyone love the comfort of our sweats. They are very easy to put on with our generous elastic waistbands and comfortable neck openings.
We carry flannel pajamas all year long as well as other styles and materials.
Make sure he has non-skid soles on his shoes. All of our shoes and slippers have this feature to lessen his chance of falling, and our hook and loop fasteners on our shoes and slippers will help to keep him independent in dressing.
Clothing for Home Care – Men’s – Needs Help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
If your gentleman in home care cannot dress himself, our selection of open back shirts would be perfect. Easy on him during the dressing process and very helpful to the caregiver. The shirts open completely down the back so the shirt can be put on while he is still lying in bed or sitting in a chair. Look for the AD symbol in our catalog.
Side snap pants in our adaptive clothing collection allow the pants to drop easily to the hips for toileting and for personal care if needed. We also have side zip and back flap pants for the non ambulatory gentleman. Complete coverage yet easy to remove for toileting.
He likes the comfort of sweats, but has trouble getting into them? Our adaptive sweats are perfect. Snap back tops and side zip pants or mix and match for his specific dressing needs.
Our comfortable and easy to wear "hospital" type nightshirts are very useful to the gentleman dependent on someone else to dress him. Ample fabric for good coverage and snaps at the shoulder for sleeping comfort.
Don't forget his undershirts. If he finds our snap back shirts and t-shirts are just right for him, our snap back undershirts will also be perfect. Look for the AD symbol.