Welcome to our Shop By Need Guide for Parkinson's Patients
Parkinson’s disease (PD) can make day to day tasks more difficult to perform. Symptoms such as tremor or dyskinesia (involuntary, erratic, writhing movements of the face, arms, legs or trunk) ― can slow down the process of getting dressed and we're here to help make dressing and clothing simpler.
In this Parkinson's Shop By Need guide, discover tips on what type of clothes to look our for when shopping for adaptive clothing, our recommended pieces for both men and women to help make self-dressing and assisted dressing easier as well as other resources to help build your "getting ready" or "unready" routine with confidence.
Meet the inspiration behind The Able Label
The Able Label was founded by Katie after her grandmother was diagnosed with Parkinson's and dressing became increasingly difficult for her. Our beautiful clothes have been inspired by Katie's grandmother and are specifically designed to make dressing easier, considering things like stiffness, slowness of movement and shakes.
Find out more about how Katie's grandmother inspired The Able Label by tapping the link below.
Tips for easier dressing for those with Parkinson's
Style is very personal and shouldn't be compromised if you might struggle with putting on and taking off clothing.
Adaptive clothing can help to manage and overcome a variety of dressing difficulties including cognitive ability, balance and strength.
In our clothing range, we've included discrete adaptations to transform lives, give back confidence, provide dignity and help to maintain independence.
Tap through the tabs below to shop our collections of curated clothing and items, designed to make self-dressing and assisted-dressing easier and safer
From front-fastening and velcro bras to skirts and pull on trousers, we have a fantastic collection of women's clothes for Parkinson's patients. Plus a gorgeous collection of knits and cosy loungewear for the winter months ahead.
Our menswear collection for Parkinson's needs range from smart and casual shirts to comfy pyjamas.
Our clothing is adapted to make dressing easier, but sometimes we need a few helping tools for other tasks those with Parkinson's might struggle with.
Carers do the most incredible job, whether as a professional or caring for loved ones. The Able Label clothing is selected and designed entirely to help to ease the process of dressing and this often includes assisted dressing.
We have selected a range of both womenswear and menswear items featuring clever adaptive designs which we believe carers can hugely benefit from.
The Able Label Loves
We're here to help you grow in confidence to overcome dressing difficulties. Below are a selection of other amazing inclusive businesses we love that have created adaptive products and tools to help simplify your daily routine.
Hotter Shoes - Hotter understand that people come in different shapes and sizes, and that’s why their shoes do too with over 40 width and size combinations to give you the perfect fit.
Kohl Creatives - an inclusive beauty brand specialising in stylish makeup tools. Their signature Flex Collection comprises of five free-standing brushes with easy-grip handles, and fully bendable heads to allow for greater precision and comfort when applying makeup.
Guide Beauty - created by makeup artist and beauty educator Terri Bryant, Guide Beauty reimagines makeup and applicators to make it easier for everybody to get the looks we love.
Complete Care Shop - a one-stop shop for plenty of caring essentials, Complete Care Shop have the tools to make doing your hair easier with long handled brushes and combs as well as a hairdryer stand so you can dry your hair hands free.
We do our best to keep prices on par with high street fashion brands without compromising on quality. However if you've been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, you can most likely shop VAT free across our store, making your fashion purchases even more affordable.
As all of our clothing has been specifically designed to make dressing easier, we've managed to secure VAT exemption on our product range. This means that anyone with a longterm disability or chronic illness can shop our products 20% off.
The Able Label Rewards
How does the Able Label Rewards programme work?
A simple way of rewarding your loyalty - for every £1 you spend, you will earn 5 points.
Once you hit 1000 points, you can start redeeming points!
We will load your account with 250 points to get you started and then top it up with every purchase.
1000 points = £10 voucher
2500 points = £25 voucher
5000 points = £50 voucher
Earn extra points by referring your friends
Sharing your love of The Able Label with friends and family means just as much to us. Once you sign up to Able Label Rewards, you will be given a unique referral code to share with your friends and family.
Every time they use your code, they will receive 15% off their first order and you will receive £5 worth of points as a thank you.
How do I join?
Join through the Rewards button in the bottom left of your screen.
If you already have an account with us, just login as normal! You will start seeing your points add up as you shop.