Dressed in the Best
Get the best. With Monarch, being dressed is gentle and quick, and the looks are stylish.
How Monarch clothes beat the competition:
Better coverage. The back is never exposed.
No overlapping fabric. Reduced risk of pressure sores along the back.
75% less fabric along the back means reduced risk of pressure sores.
Protects delicate skin. There are no Velcro closures which can scratch and damage skin, just snaps which are covered by fabric and placed along the side for maximum comfort.
Unique, patented designs. Years of research, design and consultation with wearers and caregivers have gone into this clothing line.
Easier on caregivers. No strain on the body and less time spent helping to dress.
What People Are Saying
Monarch’s Fashions Contribute to Emotional Wellbeing
“If we like to dress up all of our lives, why would that change if we find ourselves in the care of others? Monarch understands that fashion matters – how one looks impacts how they feel about themselves.” — Ewa, Personal Support Worker, LTC home
Monarch is Innovative
“Exactly what is missing for people with dressing challenges!” — Sam, Personal Support Worker, Developmental Residence
Monarch is #1
“Better, by far, than what is out there.” — Carolyn, Customer
Monarch Has it All
“Flattering and functional!” — Leesa, Executive, Actress, Advocate for individuals with disabilities
Monarch is an Answer to a Need
“It’s nice to see easy, fashionable options for those with disabilities.” — Melanie, Personal Care Worker
Monarch Supports Individuals Living with Disabilities AND their Caregivers
“After 20 years working in long-term care, I think I can speak for both caregivers and families. These products benefit everyone!” — Brenda, Nurse, Long-term Care
Monarch Designs Lift Spirits
“We call these the ‘happy clothes’ because they make everybody smile.” — Kim, Personal Support Worker, Long-term Care
Monarch Makes Dressing Easier
“I like that I can be more gentle when I’m dressing someone, and what’s best is seeing how these colours and styles cheer up our residents.” — Keri, Personal Support Worker, Long-term Care
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