Classically-designed clothing, specifically engineered to provide ease in dressing and undressing, featuring hidden accessibility features and unmatched quality, comfort and durability.
Why Authored is the Right Choice
Every morning, we all wake up a day older and still need to dress. At some point in our lives, we will either assist or be assisted with dressing. Until the moment an accident, illness, or other catastrophic event changes life as we knew it, we usually do not give a second thought to the activity of getting dressed. When such a life-changing incident occurs for ourselves or someone we love, however, we find we can think of little else.
No matter the cause of your dressing limitation, you will appreciate the attention to detail in every Authored.® garment. These classic clothes are constructed with excellence, from high-quality fabrics, in styles that are both fashionable and functional.
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We have paid extraordinary attention to details in designing our clothing, including extensive development and testing. We have incorporated practical feedback directly from people experiencing many different types of physical constraints and health challeneges.
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You deserve the opportunity to dress with independence and dignity, without pain, frustration or limited options. We’re on a mission to make that happen.
— Brenda Wilton, Founder & CEO, Authored.®
No Problematic Closures
We want you to be safe, so we avoid closures such as:
See the Difference
Authored.® apparel allows individuals with weakness, limited mobility, or other dressing challenges to look and feel like themselves again, making every day better.
Clothing for people with dressing constraints is often an after-thought. We break free from the stereotype of “old people clothing” that is typically outdated, ill-fitting or patronizing. We use the highest quality materials to achieve fashionable designs.
Innovative Solutions for Many Conditions
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Lou Gehrig Disease (ALS)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS)
- Arthritis Suffers
- Stroke Survivors
- Adult Day Cares
- Dialysis Patients
- Patients Receiving Infusions
- Upper & Lower Mobility Issues
- Instability and Fall Risk
- Rotator Cuff Issues
- Inuries or Disabilities
- Wound Care
- Codependence on Others for Dressing Assistance
- Accessibility for Out-of-Home Doctor, Therapist and Rehab Visits
- Travel Issues with Toileting
- Chest Port
Inability to Lift Arms Overhead