• About Adapted Clothing on the Net

    We are Canadian and suppliers of  Adaptive Clothing.

    Our company is a new branch of a family-owned business started in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1979.

    We offer adaptive clothing, specially-designed Alzheimer clothing and sheep skin slippers for special people. For that reason, adaptive clothing appeals to caregivers of frail or handicapped people.

    Hence, our clothing is designed to assist caregivers and the people they dress. Its aim is help caregivers’ physical strain due to dressing people.

    Therefore, the clothing is intended to make people less anxious when getting dressed.  Even more,  the clothing is created for people who feel pain in their joint movements.

    Our customers know the value of adapted clothing. Above all, it is easier for people who are being dressed.

    So, there is no need to lift your arms above your shoulders due to limited range of shoulder motion.

    Consequently, less time is needed to remove garments in a hurry.

    As a result, the clothing increases a person’s sense of dignity.  Therefore, people are more comfortable.

    Most noteworthy, our adaptive clothing, specially designed Alzheimer’s garments, and sheepskin slippers are made in Canada.

    Above all, we take pride in serving our customers with dignity, respect and honesty.

    Our mission is to provide fashionable, comfortable and value-conscious open-back clothing, soft shoes and slipper.

    Our lines of fashionable Adapted Clothing are readily available directly through our website, only.  We do not have a retail store.  We are an e-retailer.

    Most certainly, the purpose of our website is to assist in the comfort of people getting dressed without pain.

    Our goal is to help residents and their families purchase specially designed adaptive clothing that fits easily, is comfortable to wear and can withstand institutional laundering.

     

    Adapted Clothing on the Net About Us

    “Mom had a serious foot problem and could not wear shoes to this wedding, but she certainly deserved to look and feel good that day.”