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Dressing Clips

Dressing Clips
Approximate Price: $28

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(11 suppliers)

For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Last updated: Mar 2 2022

Short Description

A dressing aid that assists the user to pull up their pants without having to bend forward. The dressing aid is made up of two clips, one that attaches to the shirt and one that attaches to the pants and underpants of the user. A stretchy coil enables the user to pull their pants up from the clip attached at their shirt by pulling softly on the coil to bring the pants up to thigh height.

Additional Info

Method Of Use

1. First the Upper Clip is attached to the person's shirt or jumper. Make sure the material is not touching the skin, so the skin is not pinched by the Clip. The upper clip can be placed inside the front opening of a man's shirt, or on the front of the shirt or shirt pocket.
2. Before taking the lower clothes off, attach the Lower Clip to the waist band of the trousers. It may also help to attach any underwear at the same time. This should be done while the person is standing in front of the toilet prior to sitting down. Make sure the clip is giving a good grip before lowering them down to your ankles.
3. Then lower the trousers to the floor and sit on the toilet.
4. After standing up from the toilet, gently pull the connecting cord to pull the underpants and trousers up, until they can be held by hand. Do not pull fast or with a sudden jerk, as the Clip may be pulled off the waist band. Be careful if the trousers are heavy denim jeans or cotton material, particularly if there are some heavy objects in the pockets. When pulling them up make sure you are not standing on the trousers. They will be easier if your legs are not too far apart, but once you can reach the waist band if you open your legs a little it can help them from falling down again.
5. When the trousers are within reach, only release the underpants from the clip, so they can be pulled correctly into position and the shirt can be tucked down ready for the trousers to be pulled fully up. After the shirt has been tucked in and the waist band of the trousers is done up, the Lower Clip can be undone and then the Top Clip is undone. The Clips can be kept in your pocket or near the toilet for next time.


* People should discuss the use of this product with a health professional, such as an occupational therapist and ask if these instructions are applicable for the individual person
* Make sure the Clips will not damage the material. This is particularly important with fine delicate clothing
* If the Clips are slipping off the material, try to push more fabric inside the clip, so it is 'bunched' up

Place Of Manufacture

Western Australia.

Price Guide

Price is from Pelican Manufacturing

Models And Options


Only one model available
* Dressing Clips Item # 226

Setup And Maintenance


* Wipe clean with a medical disinfectant and thoroughly wipe dry straight away so the metal parts do not start to go rusty



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Pulling Up Pants Clips Attached


Aged Care Linen Specialists
26/195 Prospect Hwy
Seven Hills
NSW 2147
Sales: 02 9838 7338
Fax: 02 9838 7331
Contact Person: Kirsti Mobbs
Toll Free: 1800 828 707
AtlasMcNeil Healthcare (NT)
57A Winnellie Rd
NT 0820
Sales: 1300 741 085
Fax: 1300 365 408
AtlasMcNeil Healthcare (SA)
35 Magill Rd
SA 5069
Sales: 1300 741 085
Fax: 1300 365 408
Contact Person: Leanne Ross
Better Life Centre (Bunbury)
4/76 Spencer St
WA 6230
Sales: 08 9791 3353
Better Life Co (formerly Surgimed Tas Pty Ltd)
83 Brisbane St
TAS 7000
Sales: 03 6234 5144
Fax: 03 6234 5103
Elan Medical Supplies (Beenleigh)
112 Harburg Drive
QLD 4207
Sales: 07 3807 0551
Fax: 07 3807 5539
Toll Free: 1300 137 250
McLean Healthcare
24-26 Earl St
TAS 7250
Sales: 03 6331 7400
Fax: 03 6331 7140
Medix 21 Limited (NZ)
7 Mana Esplanade
Sales: +64 4 233 1627
Fax: +64 4 233 0982
Contact Person: Jenny Parry
Pelican Manufacturing Pty Ltd (manufacturer)
5 Ruse St
Osborne Park
WA 6017
Sales: 1800 641 577
Fax: 08 9444 4855
Contact Person: Tom Bromberger
Toll Free: 1800 641 577
SSS Australia Healthcare Supplies
340 Queensport Rd
QLD 4172
Sales: 07 3890 2600
Fax: 07 3890 2700
Tas Medical Supplies (Ebos Group)
7a Pear Ave
Derwent Park
TAS 7009
Sales: 03 6272 2960
Fax: 03 6272 3319
Toll Free: 1800 269 534


Whilst all care is taken to provide accurate information with respect to the item described, the Independent Living Centre New South Wales (ILCNSW), operating as Assistive Technology Australia, is not involved in product design or manufacture, and therefore not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Selection of equipment, which is both suitable and appropriate for individual needs remains the responsibility of the person(s) considering requisition, and no responsibility is taken by the ILCNSW (Assistive Technology Australia) for any loss or injury caused through use of the equipment or alleged to have arisen through reliance upon information provided. As information is subject to change any enquiries should be directed to the manufacturer.