(Go to home page). Buck and Buck has a wide collection of clothing for men and women who live in nursing homes and assisted living settings. Our clothing is stylish, very washable and priced to be affordable for our customers. Our clothing designs are "user friendly". They foster independence in dressing and personal care and provide the caregiver with assisted dressing tools like open back, side zip and hook and loop closure adaptive designs. Note that we will put identification labels in any garment for free. Most nursing homes require that clothing have the individuals name in each item. Tips: There are many things to consider when choosing clothing for someone who lives in a nursing home. We have provided a checklist for you to use. See the Nursing Home Clothing Checklist below and use it as a tool for shopping. Select from our Women’s Nursing Home Apparel or Men’s Nursing Home Apparel categories. Look for the AD symbol throughout our catalog. This symbol indicates adaptive clothing for the individual who needs help in dressing.
Choose from our nursing home clothing for women based upon the person’s ability to dress herself. The person dresses independently (self dresser) or needs help to dress (assisted dressing).
Women’s Nursing Home Clothing – Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
Women’s Nursing Home Clothing – Needs help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
Nursing Home Checklist
Consider the following when selecting clothing for someone entering a nursing home.
Note: Some of the clothing at home may not be suitable for living in a nursing home. Garments must be washable and be able to withstand the vigorous treatment they get in the commercial washers and driers used in nursing homes. Please keep that in mind as you look through the closets at home. All garments should also be in good repair.
Choose from our nursing home clothing for men based upon the person’s ability to dress himself. The person dresses independently (self dresser) or needs help to dress (assisted dressing).
Men’s Nursing Home Clothing – Dresses Independently/Self Dresser
Men’s Nursing Home Clothing – Needs help to Dress/Assisted Dressing
Remember: What may be enough clothing for living at home may not be enough for living at a nursing home. This depends upon how often the home does resident’s laundry, if he has incontinence problems and if he tends to spill his food.