develop out clothes to range from Small to XX Large. If there’s demand for
sizes outside of that range we’ll consider it, but we’re just starting out so
we need to focus on the areas that have the most requests.
with later-stage Alzheimer’s tend to have difficulties dressing on their own.
Adaptive clothing makes it much easier to help someone get dressed, and for
them to stay dressed. It also makes the dressing process much better and more
comfortable for the person being dressed.
are other adaptive clothing providers out there and you can find them just by
Googling “adaptive clothes”. If you don’t find what you want from them, or are
concerned about the quality of the products, then very often your local tailor
or seamstress can help you adapt existing clothing. Just show them our site to
provide them with guidance.
deliver the best possible products at accessible prices we work with a
manufacturer. We have a “suggest a garment” section, where we’d love to hear
your suggestions. We’ll do our best to have good ideas produced.
clothes make the dressing process much better for their caregiver and for the
person being dressed. And Daption adaptive clothes are made with better design,
better fabrics and better production, so that your loved one will feel better
in what they’re wearing.
clothes are made in China. While developing the designs the founder and his wife were living in Shanghai, China. While there they met with several
manufacturers and selected one that best understood what they were trying to
accomplish with the company. The Daption story particularly resonated with the
founder of our manufacturer, as his own father was suffering from dementia.
While we'd like to use only natural fibres, the reality is that many of the people purchasing our products will be living in care facilities. Those facilities tend to use high temperatures in their washing and drying. So we have been focussed on finding fabrics that will be able to withstand those forces. This means we often use combinations of man-made fabrics and natural or even fully synthetic fabrics.
has been a key part of our product development process. We’ve selected fabrics
that can withstand the temperatures of the laundry services at Memory Care
facilities. We want to make product that will endure, resist fading, and look
good over the long term.