Adaptive Clothing for Disability Blog

  • Little tweaks for large results; protective accessories to ensure confidence

    Confidence. It’s a quality which can stem from a myriad of internal and external factors, but is undeniably important for the wellbeing of an indiv...
  • THE BENEFITS OF COMPRESSION CLOTHING

    Compression clothing has long been touted by athletes around the world, however the benefits of streamlined fabrics with a snug fit and minimal fus...
  • Instilling Confidence Across All Ages: Caring Clothing’s Range Of Autism Sensory Products For Young And Old

    Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder characterised by symptoms such as difficulty with social interaction, restricted or repetitive...
  • Sensory Sheets Mean A Good Night's Sleep: The Benefits Of Bedding

    There’s no doubt about the importance of a good night’s sleep, regardless of age. However, for those suffering anxiety or sensory processing disord...
  • How to Ensure Your Child has the Best Sleep

    Sleep is precious for mental and physical health, energy and general well-being, and for assisting in repair and healing. Not getting enough increa...
  • The benefits of compression clothing at any age

    Compression clothing is a key in assisting those with circulatory issues, but first and foremost they provide comfort and assistance in regulating ...
  • How to beat the heat during the sweltering nights

    It’s been a trying time across the globe, but Australians can finally look forward to a bit of respite with the advent of the summer season. Air co...
  • Dignity Clothing for your loved one: how Maintaining Independence can be the best gift you can give!

    Independence, freedom and self-expression are qualities valued by society, regardless of age or ability. Whether it’s tying your shoelaces or makin...
  • Adaptive Clothing: What it means and why it means the world for Children With Special Needs

    Adaptive clothing is the perfect solution for those who wish to maintain a sense of independence and style, despite physical restrictions. Those with limited motor control, wheelchair users, people with autism, and people with a variety of sensitivities are able to dress or be dressed without the difficulties associated with buttons, zippers and snaps. 
  • Aiding Autism with Sensory Aids

    According to the ABS, in 2015 1 in 150 Australians suffered from Autism, with 83% of those diagnosed under the age of 25. Physical stimulus from clothing can be a source of irritation to those who have autism, or even anxiety, ADHD, or sensory processing difficulties.

    At Caring Clothing, we provide a great solution to this issue through calming sensory compression clothing. There are a variety of clothing options available to suit everyday needs for people with autism, ADHD, Anxiety, or Sensory Processing difficulties.

  • How NDIS participants can benefit with Caring Clothing?

      During recent years, the government has been running several initiatives to try and assist the elderly and those living with disabilities to rece...
  • Getting the most out of adaptive clothing this winter

    Winter has officially arrived which means it’s time to pull out the warm clothing.  For most of the elderly or people living with a disability, this can be quite challenging.