SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 12 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Easy Access Clothing (www.EasyAccessClothing.com) today announced the launch of their new line of easy access clothing that fosters independence and dignity for people with disabilities and special needs. “19% of Americans have some level of disability,” said Sandy Zeichner, Founder of Easy Access Clothing.
“And yet there is really no place where these folks can find fashionable clothing that fits correctly and takes into consideration their particular challenges and specific needs.”
The guiding philosophy behind Zeichner’s line for the disabled is a belief that simple clothing modifications can promote independence and makes life easier for caregivers also. “Easy Access offers the best clothing we’ve seen for adaptations for our patients,” said the Rehab Institute of Chicago.
“I hear from our customers all the time, and they let me know how much of a difference Easy Access Clothing can make,” said Zeichner. “Walter, a 20-something paraplegic wrote to tell us that he had worn only sweatpants for the last 7 years because regular pants were too difficult and uncomfortable, and forced him to rely on others to dress him. Easy Access Clothing allows Walter to dress independently and look and feel his personal best.”
EasyAccessClothing.com’s Online Shop allows customers to select from a variety of styles and options to meet their specific needs. These special features are completely built-in and unnoticeable.
Pant Styles include:
* Drop front pants with waist embrace don’t fall down when opened
* Outside seam openings help lay pants flat, and no lifting is needed when dressing.
Shirt styles include:
* Stylish mock buttons open and close with Velcro(TM)
* Shirts with openings from the cuff to the hem can be wrapped around without arm lifting.
Easy Access Clothing manufactures clothing for special needs populations in the United States and around the world. They offer a complete line of clothes for all ages and special needs. Founder Sandy Zeichner has spent 30 years as a special education teacher teaching students independent living skills.
For more information, please visit http://www.EasyAccessClothing.com or call 1-800-775-5536 to request a catalog.