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Disabled Adaptive Clothing for Women & Men
Senior Clothing / Elderly Clothing, Shoes & Slippers

Disabled Clothing for Home Health Care & Nursing Home Residents

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Clothing and Footwear for Independent & Assisted Dressing

Adaptive Clothing for People with Disabilities & Seniors

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Arthritis

Make independent dressing easy with elastic waists, magnets, zippers and Easy Touch closures.

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Foot Problems

Select from a wide range of adjustable slip resistant wide width shoes, slippers and socks.

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Alzheimer's

From independent dressing solutions to adaptive clothing for lowered mobility & Alzheimer's anti strip jumpsuits.

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Diabetes

Diabetic socks, shoes & slippers.
Orthopedic shoes & slippers.
Comfortable easy access clothing.

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Nursing Home Patients

Clothing & footwear for all mobility levels. Traditional & easy access adaptive clothing designs make dressing a breeze.

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Parkinson's

Zippers, magnets, snaps & Easy Touch closures allow those with painful muscle joints to dress with ease.

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Dressing Made Easy. Have ordered Silverts products a number of times for my 89 year old mother . She is in a wheel chair so the adaptive clothing works exceptionally well and stands up to the rigorous commercial laundry process. Very satisfied customer.
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Web site is easy to use. Delivery no problems. My Dad lives far away and it is comforting to be able to send him items that help him in his day to day living in a nursing home. Thanks