Adaptive clothes can be returned or exchanged within 28 days of purchasing online
Adaptive clothing makes dressing easier for elderly, disabled and people in care homes with open backs, pop fasteners, easy pull zips, no buttons, name tags, side opening and wrap around adaptive designs
Designed to Care’s adaptive clothing makes dressing easier and more dignified with thoughtfully designed elderly clothing  and disabled clothing for men and women living with limited mobility. With our adaptive clothing you can be easily dressed seated, in bed and without lifting. Our unique open back and side opening adaptive clothing designs are ideal for limited mobility and assisted dressing and they fasten easily with pop-fasteners and discrete zips - no more fiddly buttons.  We have a wide range of open back day wear clothing and a full range of nightwear including open back nighties, dressing gowns and nightshirts.

Making dressing easier and more dignified our various adaptive clothing designs include: Open back designs – ideal for limited mobility, seated dressing and incontinence. Side opening - helpful for wheelchairs and reduces the need to bend and lift to dress.  Our long and sturdy side zips are all finished off with colour matching easy pull grips which are great for arthritis and easy access. While we have also replaced fiddly buttons with discrete pop-fasteners and Velcro. And of course, all of our adaptive clothes have been designed with care – soft wrinkle resistant fabrics, quality fastenings and pretty trims, name tags with space for name tapes or laundry marker names and all can withstand commercial washing making them ideal for
care home, nursing homes and hospitals.

We are very conscious of how difficult it can be for wearers and carers dealing with the effects of conditions such as stroke, dementia and arthritis and have designed all our clothes with both wearer and carer needs in mind.

We offer free UK shipping for larger orders.  Come in and take a look – we offer a 28 day exchanges and returns policy so why not give adaptive clothing a try!