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Silvert’s Dignity Jumpsuit – Adaptive clothing for seniors with incontinence and disrobing issues

Silvert’s Dignity Jumpsuit – Adaptive clothing for seniors with incontinence and disrobing issues

Specialty Clothing for Older Adults

Silvert’s dignity jumpsuit is specially designed for those who suffer from Alzheimer’s and other dementia. It has features that address common struggles for patients and their caregivers such as disrobing or incontinence.

Whether worn as day or nightwear, this jumpsuit is both comfortable for the wearer and helpful for the caregiver.

 

Prevent inappropriate disrobing

The jumpsuit is difficult to remove without caregiver assistance, due to an extra long zipper down the back, button tab closure, and tear-resistant fabric. There is also no need to lift the garment above the head and arms to put it on. If your loved one undresses inappropriately, this is a great choice for wear around the home or hospital.

 

Make it easier to change an adult diaper

The full zipper along the crotch opens up the entire bottom of the suit to address incontinence. This simplifies dressing, undressing, and changing adult diapers or undergarments.

To prolong the lifespan of your jumpsuit, please note that the best way to use the bottom zipper is by opening it from the snap closure end. Undoing the zipper from the wrong end can damage its functionality.

 

Easy use, easy care

Made with a cotton blend and available in 3 pleasant colours, the jumpsuit is soft to the touch yet machine washable.

As always, Silvert’s exceptional customer service team can help you make the best clothing decisions for you and your loved ones. Call us toll free at 1-800-387-7088

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