Women's Open-Back Color-Blocked Sweater
Women's Open-Back Color-Blocked Sweater
Women's Open-Back Color-Blocked Sweater
Women's Open-Back Color-Blocked Sweater
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Women's Open-Back Color-Blocked Sweater

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This gorgeous sweater is ideal for a dressy assisted-dressing option. This long-sleeve adaptive top features a discrete and generous back overlap for additional coverage with snap closures at each shoulder. This relaxed-fit scoop-neck sweater features super soft sweater knit yarns that provide warmth, style & all-day comfort. 

Product Features:

  • Assisted-dressing: This top requires a care partner to help in the dressing process
  • No peek - Full back coverage for complete dignity, with 2 overlapping back panels
  • Simple closure - Secured with snaps at shoulders
  • Reduces exposure - Safer open-back dressing solution
  • Quick struggle-free dressing - Reduces dressing time and upper body movement
  • Eas- access dressing - Terrific for lowered-arm mobility
  • No pressure points - Strategically placed shoulder snaps eliminate pressure points
  • Soft & comfortable - Great for sensitive skin
  • Style - Adaptive closure is concealed in the shoulder seam
  • Quality machine washable - 70% viscose, 30% nylon

What is an Open-Back Top?

Open-back tops are designed for adults who need assistance dressing. Open-back tops help make dressing easier for both the wearer and their care partner. 

How to assist with an open-back top:

  1. The individual remains in a seated position or flat prone position while being dressed.
  2. The individual's arms are inserted easily into the sleeves and the garment is drawn up to the shoulders.
  3. The caregiver simply wraps the generous overlap across the back and the dome/snap closure on each shoulder is snapped into place. If the individual is in a flat position, they are rolled over or lifted at the shoulders and the generous overlap across the back is snapped into place on top of the shoulders.