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2 Piece Value Pack - Women's Flannel Hospital Gown And Cozy Fleece Bed Jacket - (from Small to Large)
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2 Piece Value Pack - Women's Flannel Hospital Gown And Cozy Fleece Bed Jacket - (from Small to Large) 2 Piece Value Pack - Women's Flannel Hospital Gown And Cozy Fleece Bed Jacket - (from Small to Large)

2 Piece Value Pack - Women's Flannel Hospital Gown And Cozy Fleece Bed Jacket - (from Small to Large)

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2 Piece Value Pack - Hospital Gown and Bed Jacket

The Perfect 2 Piece Value Pack - Enjoy winter warmth - a flannel Hospital gown paired with a warm bed jacket! The Bed Jacket Cape is beautifully designed to hug your shoulders with warmth.

  • Fastens with a stylish button. Quality Polar Fleece Bed Jacket.
  • This fleece bedjacket is terrific for lounging in bed and a great alternative to robes.
  • The Soft and Warm Open Back Flannelette Hospital Nightgown is too beautiful to be confined to the bedroom.
  • Wear it for lounging too.
  • Quality-made with pretty trimmed neckline, four functional buttons and ¾-sleeves. Soft gathers for a comfortable fit.
  • Quality machine washable 100% Cotton Flannelette.
  • Full back overlap with two snaps at each shoulder.
  • The full back overlap of this adaptive sleep gown provides complete comfort and discretion unlike traditional tie back hospital nightgowns.
  • The snap closures are placed on the shoulders to avoid any pressure points.
  • Comfortable raglan sleeves.
  • These back open adaptive hospital nightdresses are terrific for elderly/seniors who are disabled or wheelchair dependent.
  • Great choice for nursing homes, homecare or hospitals.
  • If you know someone who requires adaptive clothing or handicap clothing this hospital johnny gown makes a great gift choice.

Adaptive Sizes:

  • Small (6 - 8")
  • Medium (10 - 12")
  • Large (14 - 16")

How to put on a Nursing Home Hospital Gown?

  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. The domes/snaps are positioned in such away that the individual does not experience any uncomfortable pressure points. The person being dressed is left completely covered without ever having to stand.
  4. Assisted disrobing is just as easy.

 


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