A stroke can affect the way an individual interacts with the world and carries their daily living activities, including dressing. After a stroke, most people are generally able to get back to their normal routine; however, their ability to dress often changes, and they might need some modifications in their dressing routine to accommodate for the loss of dexterity.
With adaptive clothing for people with limited mobility gaining grounds, it’s no surprise to see family members of the elderly and those with disabilities looking for it now and again. And there’s a reason: this special type of clothing has ruled out the inherent challenge of dressing those who need help with dressing. Now caretakers feel more comfortable and confident in helping their loved ones put on and take off clothes.
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