PITTSBURGH, Jan. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "After having shoulder surgery, I had to have help putting on shirts and blouses," said an inventor from Cedar Hill, Texas. "This inspired me to develop a better garment which may allow wearers to easily dress without assistance or with the aid of a caregiver."
She developed the SNAP-T to provide a shirt or blouse that could easily be positioned and removed. It could allow wearers to partially or fully dress without assistance to provide them with a sense of accomplishment while lessening their feeling of dependency on others.
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