Adaptive Pants

Two categories of clothing

Look for the blue or green icons, which signify the level
of dressing needs the item is designed for.

Assisted Dressing
People who need help getting dressed
Self Dressing
People who get dressed by themselves
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Silverts adaptive pants for women are very useful and practical for seniors or those with a disability. For example, wheelchair pants come with a large back flap for quick and easy changes. Adaptive wheelchair pants are great for those in wheelchair or for those who have other mobility concerns. The person can remain seated while they are getting dressed with no need to stand up. Silverts also offers elasticized pants so seniors do not have to deal with buttons or zippers. Large, stretchy elastic waist pajamas help seniors put them on with ease. Elderly loved ones can also use pants with side zippers for easy dressing or undressing.

Silverts adaptive clothing is appropriate for younger men and women who may need dressing assistance or special care when recovering from a surgery or injury. Their occupational therapy (OT) or physical therapy (PT) recommendations may include adaptive clothing such as pants, dresses or other garments.

Whether independently or with assistance, senior or handicapped loved ones can easily get dressed or undressed. Open side trousers and slacks are also helpful for people with incontinence issues, as the waist is adjustable, and the sizing is generous to accommodate adult diapers.

Adaptive open side pants are must-haves for people with arthritis or lowered dexterity. As an independent dresser, it is less of a struggle to handle fasteners that are specially designed for ease of use. It is also much easier to get in and out of a pair of bottoms when the fasteners are on the side allowing for a wider opening.