Body Vests & Sleepwear Advice
Adaptive clothing can make a great difference to families with a child or relative with special needs. The right type of clothing or underwear can make the day to day care of someone with special needs easier and less stressful for carers. It can also improve the comfort and well-being of the user. The right type of clothing can make coping with incontinence less challenging while clothing designed with those with sensitive skin or sensory issues in mind can really help improve their physical comfort. Some people may need clothing adapted for wheelchair users or those with limited movement, while other may need garments which allow access for a feeding tube. There are different clothing solutions for a range of specific needs.
Fledglings range of adapted pyjamas, vests and underwear - designed to help with incontinence, smearing and undressing. Body vests which incorporate poppers are designed to fit over the body and fasten at the gusset, keeping a pad or nappy in place. The popper fastening makes changing easier - ideal for night time and when you are out and about.
Zip-back and zip-front pyjamas, designed to keep the wearer comfortable and warm while preventing undressing and hands accessing the pad or nappy. Unitards (without poppers) which can be worn under normal clothes or used at night for sleeping in, ideal for preventing incidents of smearing or undressing.