Adaptive Dressing Aids include a variety of devices designed to provide support for individuals who are unable to get dressed independently. For disabled, or for those who just have a difficult time with fine motor skills, dressing oneself can be one of the hardest tasks in the day. While caregivers or spouses may assist with other difficult tasks, such as eating or transportation, getting dressed is one of those very private activities that most people like to do by themselves! Reclaim your independence with dressing aids like button aids, elastic shoelaces, and long handled shoe horns.

Adaptive Dressing Aids

Reclaim your independence with dressing aids such as long handle shoe horns, sock donning aids, leg lifters, dressing sticks, one-handed button aids, elastic shoelaces and arthritic hip kits. Adaptive Dressing Aids include helpful tools, devices and equipment to designed to help those with difficulty dressing.
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Long handle with unique hooks makes putting on clothing easier.
A simple design that comes in very handy for removing clothes and shoes.
$11.95 $9.95
Dressing aid for ankle foot orthosis users.
Lightweight, long handle shoe horn, dressing stick and bath sponge.
$27.95 $19.95
Combination long handle dressing stick and shoehorn, helpful for people with limited mobility to push and pull clothing and shoes.
Three zippers uniquely positioned for easier lower body care.
Innovative and simple to use dressing aid
Unique tool for putting on pants, jeans, trousers, underwear
Package of 2 sleeve grips help make putting on shirts, sweaters, jackets, coats easier.
$12.99 $9.95
Three zippers allow easy access for personal care
Adapted pants with 3 zippers help make incontinence care easier.
Adapted incontinence care trousers with 3 zippers help make personal care easier.
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