Adaptive Clothing leader launches clothesforseniors.com
Easton, PA. (January 27, 2010) – Clothes for Seniors from American Health Care Apparel – a specialized provider and one of the leaders in the adaptive clothing industry -is proud to announce their new ecommerce website, http://www.clothesforseniors.com, focusing on providing quality adaptive and traditional clothing and footwear for aging adults.
“Our new website is an opportunity to not only showcase our products, but also educate families about the existence, and benefit, of adaptive clothing and footwear for those requiring assistance in dressing,” said Howard Gordon, President and CEO of Clothes for Seniors. Along with a wide variety of traditional clothing and footwear, the website features products designed specifically for people with diabetes, dementia or
The new website is a result of increased online sales since the launch of their first ecommerce website in 2003. They retained the streamlined navigation of the previous website, but added some new elements such as a company blog to: communicate new product announcements, provide the opportunity for customers to submit questions and comments, and to respond to customer inquiries.
The website allows nursing homes and care givers a way to order their adaptive clothing directly online rather than going to a physical store or waiting for a catalog. The time saving website allows you to spend more time with your loved ones and less time waiting for physical catalogs.
About Clothes for Seniors from American Health Care Apparel
Clothes for Seniors, established in 1985, is a family-owned adaptive and traditional clothing and footwear company located in Easton, Pennsylvania. They specialize in providing quality products to aging adults living either at home with a caregiver or in a long term care facility. They serve the clothing and footwear needs through: telephone, mail and fax orders from their mail order catalog, online at www.clothesforseniors.com, or traveling events. They travel to long term care facilities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Washington DC, and Maryland and set up the Traveling Clothing Store so that the residents of these facilities can enjoy a day of shopping without having to leave the facility.
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Howard Gordon, President