adapted clothing


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a·dap·ted cloth·ing

(ă-daptĕd klōdhing)
Clothes that are modified so a person with a disability can dress without assistance.

adapted clothing

Garments designed with special features, such as Velcro closures, to enable persons with disabilities to dress themselves without assistance.
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At income tax time, a few clients have successfully submitted receipts for adapted clothing along with those for other medical aids and had them accepted.
Despite the expense in time, effort, and dollars invested to provide her with a work opportunity, she was able to obtain only an additional $150 to purchase adapted clothing as she started to build a work wardrobe.
Realizing that people other than those in nursing homes need adapted clothing, proprietor Abe Klein started Fashion Ease 15 years ago as an offshoot of M&M.