Clothing modifications can be extremely helpful in enabling the use of certain body-worn products and improving ability to use hand-held urinals or the toilet independently.
Certain types of clothes can make life a lot easier when using continence products and trying to maintain independence. For example, wearing a skirt or dress allows access for pad changing whereas trousers may have to be removed if changing a pant style pad.
Even small modifications can assist, for example, inserting an extended zipper into trousers to enable a man or woman to change a pad more easily.
The Disabled Living Foundation a UK-based organisation have some useful factsheets.
They also product helpful guidance on modifying clothing yourself clothing modifications
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