San Francisco Adaptive Apparel Company Simple Closures Announces the Benefits of Adaptive Clothing

Simple Closures in San Francisco offers the many benefits of adaptive clothing for those with physical or cognitive challenges. Solutions are designed to promote independence and self-confidence.

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2012

Simple Closures, the leading designer in San Francisco of a stylish adaptive clothing line for women with physical or cognitive challenges, presents the benefits of adaptive clothing for individuals with difficulty dressing themselves. Individuals facing such challenges may not have the fine motor skills required for fasteners such as zippers and buttons. Adaptive clothing is designed to help retain independence without sacrificing style and convenience.

Simple Closures, owned and operated by a pair of registered nurses, primarily focuses on adaptive clothing that makes dressing and undressing easier for the wearer. The nurses who started the company, Lynn and Melissa, wanted to create clothing for people with all types of disabilities and limited dexterity. There are many selections available for seniors since Lynn and Melissa experienced first-hand the difficulties that seniors face when dealing with conditions such as arthritis.

The Simple Closures line is being promoted based on the convenience of such adapted apparel. Yet, fashion isn't sacrificed. Lynn and Melissa have observed that patients appreciate having the ability to get dressed easier, but don't want to give up style. The company's goal is to make customers feel confident in the ability to get dressed and undressed easier while still taking pride in how they look. This is achieved with tasteful and creative styles and patterns.

From a practical point, adaptive clothing is designed to be more comfortable for the wearer while sitting and decreases the risk of skin irritation from chafing. Velcro closures are especially helpful for arthritic hands and pieces are also designed for easy opening to meet personal needs. The biggest advantage of such clothing, according to Lynn and Melissa, is the increased self-confidence it gives those with dexterity and mobility issues.

The ultimate purpose of adaptive clothing is to retain dignity and instill confidence. Most of the clothing available is made from washable cotton blends. For additional information, please visit Simple Closures online at http://www.simpleclosures.com or call (800) 282-1163.

About the company:
Simple Closures is owned and operated by two Registered Nurses, Lynn and Melissa who share a passion to help women overcome their difficulty with dressing. Simple Closures offers a fashionable line of disabled clothing, adaptive clothing, senior clothing or any type of fashionable clothing for the physically challenged. Simple Closures promotes comfort, quality and thoughtfully placed adaptive features to fit the special needs of their customers to make them feel special in their creative, tasteful styles and patterns.


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