Ezy-Up Trouser Assist Dressing Aid Stick

£10.50

Independent dressing is one of the problems many people face at some point in their lives – sometimes this is temporary, but for others it might be a daily challenge. The trouser assist dressing aid is great for pregnant women in their last trimester, people with multiple sclerosis ms, sporting injuries, wheelchair users or anyone struggling with mobility after surgery.

The Ezy-Up pant assist is an invaluable extra set of hands with handles and curved T-shaped Velcro ends. An assistive device for pulling up pants, trousers tracksuit bottoms, skirts and underwear without having to ask for help. This holds the clothing open using minimal pressure and aligns clothing to the correct angle for pulling up over your legs. whilst the long body negates the need to bend and stretch.

Frustration free dressing

What else?

  • Soft chunky foam hand grips makes the dressing stick aid easy to hold, even with arthritic hands.
  • Allows you to indpendently dress in 3 easy steps. Place aid into clothing, Place your feet inside, Pull up over your legs. Removal of your clothing is achieved by reversing these steps.
  • Enables lower body dressing and is an alternative to a Reacher/Grabber or dressing stick.
  • Each stick is 21″ / 65cm long, therefore reduces the need for bending & reaching when dressing.
  • Compact and discreet enough, easily pack into a suitcase when your away from home.

To find out if you are eligible for vat relief and live in the UK on this product – click here

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Ezy-Up Trouser Assist Dressing Aid Stick

Independent dressing is one of the problems many people face at some point in their lives – sometimes this is temporary, but for others it might be a daily challenge. The trouser assist dressing aid is great for pregnant women in their last trimester, people with multiple sclerosis ms, sporting injuries, wheelchair users or anyone struggling with mobility after surgery.

Designed in Australia by Bill Carbray for his mother in her 90’s, now available for the first time in the UK. The simple design makes it easy to put on a wide range of clothes quickly and simply.

The Ezy-Up pant assist aid is an invaluable extra set of hands with handles and curved T-shaped Velcro ends. An assistive device for pulling up pants, trousers tracksuit bottoms, skirts and underwear without having to ask for help. This holds the clothing open using minimal pressure and aligns clothing to the correct angle for pulling up over your legs. whilst the long body negates the need to bend and stretch.

Frustration free dressing

What else?

  • Soft chunky foam hand grips makes the dressing stick aid easy to hold, even with arthritic hands.
  • Allows you to indpendently dress in 3 easy steps. Place aid into clothing, Place your feet inside, Pull up over your legs. Removal of your clothing is achieved by reversing these steps.
  • Enables lower body dressing and is an alternative to a Reacher/Grabber or dressing stick.
  • Each stick is 21″ / 65cm long, therefore reduces the need for bending & reaching when dressing.
  • Compact and discreet enough, easily pack into a suitcase when your away from home.

To find out if you are eligible for vat relief and live in the UK on this product – click here

Do you struggle to find adaptive clothing?Elderly Senior lady struggling to fasten buttons on shirt due to arthritis in hands

Managing waistband fastenings, buttons and zips can be difficult for anyone. Especially if you have restricted movement or lack of finger dexterity.

The Able Label features a large range of adaptive clothing for men and women to help with a variety of physical and cognitive needs. therefore encouraging self-confidence and independence. The quality fabrics, discreet adaptive designs, innovative fastenings and hidden extras make dressing easier.

The design of the stylish garments has also taken carers’ requirements into account so assisted dressing is quicker, easier and safer. However, when your wearing them, no one would know they were adapted.

The Able Label have partnered up with UK Charity Arthritis Action to launch a great discount for adaptive clothing for people living with arthritis, to make self-dressing easier. Take a look at their exclusive garment collection here.

Did you know…

We have a selection of handy aids to help you or a loved one get dressed undressed. Stocking and Sock Aids can assist with putting on your socks or tights. In addition, Compression frames can help apply tight medical stockings with minimum fuss. Shoe horns and shoe helpers can aid putting on shoes, slippers or wellies.

How to Use

  1. Put the garment on the table in front of you or on your lap
  2. Slide the ezy up heads inside the waistband – the non slip surface ensures the clothing will not slip off and keeps a nice wide opening, without bending or stretching.
  3.  Lower the clothing to the floor
  4.  Slide feet in
  5. Pull up to your knees where you can then continue with your hands

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FAQ's

Here you will find the frequently asked questions about the Trouser Assist  . If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, contact us on our live Jivo-Chat service or call us on 01531 635678 and we will be happy to help!

How long is the Trouser Assist? 

21″/53cm long.

How long is the velcro strip?

13cm long

What is the weight of each stick?

70g

What colour is this available in?

Navy blue

What items of clothing will this work on? 

With the Trouser Assist you will be able to easily dress yourself. This will work with putting on underwear, Skirts, Tracksuits and  Trousers.

You can find more FAQ’s about The Helping Hand Company, delivery, VAT exemption, how to order and our web shop here

4 reviews for Ezy-Up Trouser Assist Dressing Aid Stick

  1. E Goodall

    This made reaching and dressing really easy

  2. Meg – Amazon Customer

    It’s a good product when you get it to stick but when it doesn’t not so good and I struggle with bending due to a bad back

  3. Mr Shimmin

    I am very happy with my purchase, I use this for putting on my trousers, PJ bottoms and boxer shorts. I struggle to bend down due to a recent hip replacement that has limited my movements.

  4. Susan Kent

    I haven’t seen a product on the market like this before and I am intrigued to see how it works!

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