How Adaptive Clothing Can Help

Right at Home Canada Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener Waterloo is excited to now offer our clients a line of Adaptive Clothing and Footwear!

Why Adaptive Clothing?

Health issues with mobility-affecting symptoms can make it difficult to get dressed or undressed. If you are someone who struggles with this daily activity or a caregiver whose loved one requires assistance, then we have your solution. Adaptive clothing & footwear has been designed with ease of dressing in mind while allowing everyone to feel and look great.

Adaptive clothing incorporates special features, designs and styles to make dressing easy for people with diminished motor skills, physical disabilities, paralysis, wheelchair users and dementia. Adaptive clothing designs should be fashionable and functional. Adaptive clothing offers independent dressing for those at home and assisted living to caregiver assisted clothing for home care, skilled nursing facilities, nursing homes and care homes.

Adaptive and orthopedic shoes offer comfortable wide, extra wide and deep fitting shoes and slippers for feet with edema, swollen feet, bunions, corns, hammertoes, back problems and foot pain. VELCRO®brand straps offer adjustable shoes that are suitable for arthritic fingers. Slip resistant shoe soles help prevent falls. Adaptive socks offer stretchy comfort for many foot conditions such as edema, swollen feet, swollen ankles, and diabetic feet. Skid resistant gripper hospital socks help prevent falls. Toe Menders assist in restoring toe alignment back to their original shape.

Adaptive Clothing assists those affected by:

  • Stroke
  • Paralysis
  • Dementia
  • Parkinson’s
  • MS
  • ALS
  • ABI
  • and so much more

Read more or contact us for a free in home consultation in the Guelph, Cambridge, and Kitchener areas with our Adaptive Clothing Specialist Shelley at http://www.rightathomecanada.com/guelph/our-services/adaptive-clothing/

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