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22050

Women's Lovely Lace Open Back Top

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Women's Lovely Lace Open-Back Adaptive Top - Short Sleeve Adaptive Top For Women

Product Features of Silverts Adaptive Open Back Tops :

  • Reduces Exposure - Safer Open Back Dressing Solutions
  • Quick Struggle-Free Dressing - Reduces Dressing Time
  • Easy Access Dressing - Terrific for Lowered Upper Arm Mobility
  • Easy Closure - Secured with Snaps at Shoulders
  • No Pressure Points - Strategically Placed Shoulder Snaps Eliminate Pressure Points
  • Complete Dignity - Full Back Overlap
  • Quality Machine Wash & Dry - Front: 100% Polyester; Back & Sleeve: 65% Polyester - 35% Cotton

Beads, Lace and Flowers& this open-back top is a trifecta of pretty! Short sleeve length top with sewn-in lace insert and beaded embellishments. +ptFull back overlap with +pttwo snaps at each shoulder. This top completely opens up, allowing the individuals arms to be slid into the garment sleeves without ever having to raise/lower their arms or struggle with small neck openings. The back overlap is then folded over and domed/snapped into place.

This adaptive top by Silverts is terrific for elderly / seniors/ disabled adults who suffer from arthritis or are disabled or wheelchair dependent. A great choice for disabled adults, nursing homes, homecare or hospitals. This wonderful adaptive top is also idea for those in skilled nursing facilities, long term care facilities and for home care settings.

Washing instructions:

Machine wash & tumble dry. Quality machine washable. Front: 100% Polyester; Back & Sleeve: 65% Polyester - 35% Cotton

More Information
Needs Alzheimer's, Arthritis, Assisted Living, Disabled, Handicap, Nursing Home, Wheelchair, Parkinson's, Scoliosis
Dressing Assisted Dressing
Customer Reviews
  1. Fresh and Feminine
    Rating
    100%
    The design looks absolutely lovely on Mom. The adaptive opening at the back definitely makes it a lot easier to be dressed and because she doesn't have to raise her arms above her head, it helps to alleviate her back pain.

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