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We know how important staying independent is as we get older, which is why we were thrilled to come across ElWell. They help the sandwich generation, sharing relevant information and supporting them as they look after their older parents. Find out more about what they’re doing in this article >


During this difficult time for everyone, we are running business as usual at The Able Label. We aim to continue as long as we can to provide adaptive clothing solutions for your dressing needs. 


March 25, 2020 by The Able Label Team


We have had an incredible year over at The Able Label. From so many amazing milestones, we have pin pointed a few of our stand-out moments and achievements!


Marilyn wool mix coat - new in for winter


Live life to its fullest in comfort and style with easier dressing.

Autumn is here and so too is our new collection of easy-dress clothing to see you into this transitional period, also covering you right through the winter months to come.

See the new collection here >>>

Our clothing aims to help all women look good in the most comfortable quality fabrics that are all designed to be easier to dress into and out of. Our clever little touches make a big difference to day-to-day living, in comfort and style.

September 14, 2017 by The Able Label Team
The Able Label shows at the Kent County Show


The Kent County Show is an annual event showcasing farming, countryside and rural life. The show brings together the very best of Kent with animals and food, fun and excitement and above all, a flavour of what ’The Garden of England’ has to offer. The three-day event saw over 90,000 visitors, 400 exhibitors and trade stands and over 300 competitions, activities and displays this year.



The Able Label proudly exhibited with a stand in The Wrinkly Roadshow Hub Marquee. A brand new addition at the Kent County Show this year, the hubs aim was to provide advice, information and support in order to maintain independent living. All those with stands in the marquee had the same goal of helping people to live independent lives.


Exhibitors showing alongside The Able Label clothing included:


CROP – a charity setup to help with citizen rights for older people as well as with technology or any problem that may require a second opinion or some intervention from an experienced volunteer to help out


Home Instead Senior Care - supporting loved ones to stay safe at home without losing any personal freedom. This leaves family members feeling happy and confident that their loved ones are enjoying the highest standards of care at all times


The Family Funeral Service in Maidstone – a small independent funeral company


Argo Life & Legacy – provides advice, guidance and support to help you plan for the future whilst dealing with the present. Wanting to help you achieve your wishes, lighten the stress and strain that comes with age, affluence or ill health.


Audley Homes – retirement villages that enable you to stay firmly in control, with complete freedom and independence to live the life you choose. Own  your own retirement home, in a beautiful and secure environment, without having to give up the things you love, including your pets. Plus, you have the added luxury of having your gardens and property maintained for you.


Domus Live-In Care – offers a professional, reliable service, providing 24 hour care and support to clients in the comfort and familiar surroundings of their own homes


Centra – have a wide range of care and support services to protect their customers’ individual needs, safety and independence. Through their breadth and depth of experience and resources, they deliver quality services to meet individual needs


Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Services – a not for profit charitable organisation that aims to enable people with dementia to remain in their own home for as long as possible


Oakhouse Foods – with a reputation for quality, great value and a caring service, they have become one of the country’s favourite ready meal services delivering food straight to your door.


The Garden of England Homecare – aims to raise the standards and quality of social care provision in Kent, by providing the highest quality of care to all their service users regardless of status in accordance with the Equalities Act 2010.


It was great fun showing alongside all of these exhibitors, learning more about the great services they offer to encourage independence.


We’d like to say a huge thank you to those of you who were able to come down and see us at the show. It was a fantastic event, which enabled us to let more people know about the range of easier dressing clothes we provide to encourage independence and grow self-confidence through self-dressing.


If you know anyone who may benefit from The Able Label’s range of adaptive clothing, please help to share our details:

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The Able Label at Kent County Show

Happy New Year from The Able Label


As we enter into the New Year and wave farewell to 2015, The Able Label reflects on the year gone by. It has been quite an action packed 12 months for us, which we would like to share with you.


The year hasn’t been without its downs too though. Sadly Founder Katie’s grandmother passed away. She was unable to see the first range that was inspired by her own difficulties faced dressing with Parkinson’s. We are sure you’ll agree that if she were still around, she would be incredibly proud of Katie and The Able Label.

The Able Label Founder Katie's Grandmother


Despite this, there have been many highlights this year including go live with the first collection, attending several leading tradeshow and also having some great feedback from the likes of Joanna Lumley!


The Designs Finalised

Working with some of the best designers, garment technologists and factories around, we finalised our first range of adaptive clothing, which looks great but also makes dressing easier too.

The Able Label designs in work


The Final Samples

After several trips to and from our factory in Portugal and many focus groups with customers and occupational therapist later, we got our final samples through. Thrilled with them and the positive feedback we received, we proceeded into production.

The Able Label factory


The Photoshoot

We had our first ever photoshoot and met with some incredibly inspiring individuals who volunteered to model for us wanting easier to dress clothes but with style still very important to them. We had some of the industries best hair and makeup artists working on making them over and a leading photographer photographing them. We went on to put the images into our first catalogue which can be found on our website

The Able Label photoshoot behind the scenes


The Feedback

We have had lots of positive feedback and list the best couple for you below. More can be found on our website

Joanna Lumley supports The Able Label

'Many congratulations to Katie for this range of easy to get into clothes which are stylish and attractive and which I hope will become the mainstay of many wardrobes.'

-Joanna Lumley



'It is so nice to see someone has actually considered dressing when designing a clothing range. I ordered three vests and the quality is gorgeous! My son who is visiting even commented saying how beautiful they looked. No longer will I need to cut myself out of vests as these front fasten with velcro.'

-Mrs Harris, aged 84, from Reading


The Events

We had the opportunity to meet Lord Young and show him some of The Able Label’s easy dress clothing collection at Enterprising Women Event held at The British Library.

Founder Katie meets Lord Young

Several major tradeshows were attended where we were able to showcase the innovative collection including The Care Show and OT Show held at Birmingham NEC and also RehaCare International held in Dusseldorf.


The Press

We have featured in The Mail on Sunday, Saga Magazine, The Lady Magazine, The OT Magazine, Thiis Trade Magazine and Arthritis Care’s Inspire Magazine to name but a few. We even had our product rated 5/5 in Able Magazine.

The Able Label product review from Able Magazine

So as you can see, the year as been action packed for us and we look forward to the same in 2016 - brining out more desirable designs that also make dressing easier. Let's toast to an exciting year ahead!

December 29, 2016 by The Able Label Team
The able label gift vouchers, £10, £20, £50, £100


Know someone stylish but finds dressing difficult in regular high street clothes?


Give them the most thoughtful yet practical of gifts this Christmas with The Able Label gift vouchers. This way, you don't have to worry about getting the right item as they can choose their perfect to easy-to-dress piece themselves.


Gift vouchers come beautifully presented in paper form and could not be simpler to order and use.


Once ordered over the phone or online, we will post the gift voucher to either you or directly to the lucky recipient. To use the gift voucher, simply reference the long number on the back of the voucher when placing an order online or via the phone.


Give loved ones something they really want this Christmas.


Gift vouchers can be ordered:

Through the website at

By calling us on 01622 828994

Su jersey wrap dress in navy - velcro closures


Here at The Able Label, we are in full swing for Christmas.


Get yourself ready for the party season. What ever the occasion, whether it be lunch/dinner out or a work Christmas party, we have the dress for you - Su Jersey Wrap Dress.


This is not any ordinary dress though, it has been specifically designed to make dressing into and out of it easier. The wrap style can be fully opened meaning no more difficult or painful overhead dressing! Raglan sleeves also make it easier to manoeuvre your way into arm holes.


Available in three colours - dragon red, shibori navy and gingko print navy, we feel the dragon red is the perfect option for the festive season in the rich red shade.


They come in a wide range of sizes from 8-22.


There is also a top version of this wrap style available - Linda Jersey Wrap Top.




Complete the look with some head turning jewellery. To wear with the Su Jersey Wrap Dress in Dragon Red, we recommend the Sandra Pearl Drop Magnetic Necklace also in Dragon Red. Being magnetic, it is easier to fasten meaning no more fiddly clasps to battle! Please be reminded though that magnetic jewellery cannot be worn if you have a pacemaker.

More colours and details on the Su Jersey Wrap Dress can be found at online at The Able Label website. You can also find more easy dress jewellery on there too on the accessories pages.


We hope you find the perfect dress this festive season which is functional and fashionable.

Occupational Therapy Show at Birmingham NEC


The OT Show

The Able Label will proudly be showing alongside Access Independent at The OT Show next week on stand B34. We will also be showcasing the clothing at the Innovation Centre at 10:15am each day so hope to see you there.


Exciting Opportunity for OT's!

If you are an OT wanting more from your role, keen to learn and develop and seeking a fun new challenge - we want to hear from you! See below flyer for more...


Model wearing molly cardi, su jersey wrap dress


As the nights draw in, we get closer to Christmas and the temperatures begin to drop - ensure your clothes cover warmth and style.

We focus on two key winter warmers from The Able Label - the Bella Jersey Scarf and Molly Waterfall Cardi.


0810 Bella Jersey Scarf
RRP: £15.95

  • Elegant and comfortable scarf with beautiful drape.
  • Ideal for co-ordinating with outfits and completing looks.
  • Available in three colours - dragon red, shibori navy and gingo print navy.
  • Natural, breathable fabric with additional stretch for extra comfort.
  • Machine washable - recommended at 40 degrees.
  • Easy care fabric - quick drying, cool iron if required.
  • 95% viscose, 5% elastane.

  • 0506 Molly Waterfall Cardi
    RRP: £49.95 / £41.63 excl VAT if you are entitled to VAT exemption

  • Ideal layering piece for extra warmth.
  • Long sleeved style with pretty waterfall design.
  • Long zips at cuff for easier access.
  • Large hook and eye fastening at front.
  • Coloured tape inside to aid cognitive difficulties - Lime for Left and Red for Right.
  • Available in two colours - dragon red and shibori navy
  • Natural, breathable fabric with additional stretch for extra comfort.
  • Machine washable - recommended at 40 degrees.
  • Easy care fabric - quick drying, cool iron if required.
  • 95% viscose, 5% elastane.

  • Remember: 
    You can always buy and try. If it is not right for you, return on us for free!
    See the Bella Jersey Scarf, Molly Jersey Cardi and more on The Able Label website 

    Ways to Shop:
    -mail order - through The Able Label catalogue
    -phone - calling 01622 828994
    -webstite - visit