Dressing in a Wheelchair: Clothing That Is Convenient, Accessible and Stylish

Dressing in a Wheelchair: Clothing That Is Convenient, Accessible and Stylish

For most people, getting dressed in the morning is a simple process. In many cases, all it takes is a quick trip to a closet in order to choose an outfit, but this process is not as simple when pla...
Keep Warm, Keep Dry, Keep Active: Accessible Wheelchair Capes, Ponchos and Rain Gear

Keep Warm, Keep Dry, Keep Active: Accessible Wheelchair Capes, Ponchos and Rain Gear

In a complex climate, a properly planned outfit is key to keeping cozy. A multi-layered approach might help to keep you warm but it is rarely comfortable. Unwanted bunching can be tough on skin, le...
The World's Accessible Toilets

The World's Accessible Toilets

How to find an accessible toilet anywhere in the world.
Functional Fashion: Shirts with Magnetic Buttons

Functional Fashion: Shirts with Magnetic Buttons

When managing hand dexterity, everyday tasks can quickly become a time-consuming challenge. At IZ Adaptive, our team of committed creators believe that getting dressed should not be a chore. In the...
Game Changing Designs: Seamless Back Jeans for Wheelchair Users

Game Changing Designs: Seamless Back Jeans for Wheelchair Users

Taking pride in your appearance can breed confidence and the right wardrobe can help with this. In addition to looking great, clothing should be comfortable enough for all-day wear, particularly fo...
Adaptive Clothing for Women: From Casual to Career Wear

Adaptive Clothing for Women: From Casual to Career Wear

“Dress for the job you want”. It is an old saying but one that still rings true. The right wardrobe can exude professionalism and an attractive outfit can inspire confidence on a night out. Casual ...
The Pressure Sore

The Pressure Sore

How Pressure Sores Affected This Wheelchair User's Life by Anthony Lue I’m warning you now...this is going to get graphic! Have you ever had a hole in your body? I’m not talking about a piercing or...
Wesley Hamilton with the cast of Queer Eye

Disabled But Not Really: Q & A with Wesley Hamilton

IZ Adaptive CEO, Benedict Marsh, sits down with philanthropist, speaker, athlete, model, and founder of Disabled But Not Really, Wesley Hamilton to talk about his organization, overcoming limiting ...
Man using manual wheelchair travels down city sidewalk with neighboring brownstone buildings. He wears an autumnal outfit including navy peacoat, checkered slacks and driver’s cap.

A Comprehensive Guide to The Importance of Functionality in Clothing for Wheelchair Users and People Living with Physical Disabilities

How Adaptive Clothing Makes Getting Dressed Easier Many people living with physical disabilities experience challenges and difficulty while getting dressed in clothing that has not been adapted...