Adaptive clothing to help with vital personal care


Posted on September 14th, by jacob in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Matthew Crooks describes how he and colleagues developed ways of adapting people’s own clothes for ease of dressing and undressing, especially helpful where, despite person-centred interventions, individuals remain resistant to personal care

Vol 23, No 4, Pages 16-17





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