Each of our products have their own unique sizing so please make sure you refer to the size guide on each individual product page before choosing your size.
Can I purchase your items through my NDIS package?
You sure can! JAM's adaptive clothing items are considered 'low-cost assistive technology' by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). All of our products have design features that assist in the act of dressing, increasing independence and participation in this daily activity. For more information head to our NDIS info page.
How do I purchase your items through my NDIS package?
It is super simple for self-managed or plan-managed NDIS participants to purchase our products using their low-cost or consumables budget. You can either purchase our products online like normal and reimburse yourself, or we have an invoice builder on our NDIS page where once filled out, we will send the invoice directly to you or your plan manager for payment.
I have questions about the features of your clothes
Some of the design features on our adaptive clothing are subtle, so to find out more information head over to our design features page to see more detail on all of our products. If you still have questions we love to have a chat, so feel free to send us an email. The details for this are on our contact us page.
What is adaptive or inclusive clothing?
Our products are inclusive of those with disability, which means all of our items have design features that make it easier for someone to get dressed or wear the clothing more comfortably. This category of fashion is often referred to as 'adaptive clothing' or 'disability clothing'. We prefer the name 'inclusive clothing', however these terms can be used interchangeably.
Who can benefit from JAM's clothing?
Everyone benefits from universal design. However, when we design our products we consider many different dressing needs. This includes but is not limited to: - People with physical disability (including wheelchair users or someone with limb difference). - People with fine motor difficulties (including those who have had a stroke or have arthritis). - People with intellectual disability who may find the sequencing of dressing difficult. - People with sensory needs such as someone who is Autistic who may find seams or tags irritating. - People with chronic pain or chronic fatigue who need to conserve their energy or pain threshold for more meaningful tasks outside of dressing If you are wondering whether our products would benefit you, please reach out to us by emailing us at email@example.com
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