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Meet The Face Behind EasyWear Adaptive ClothingTM

Author: EasyWear Adaptive Clothing | | Categories: Adaptive Clothing , Alzheimer's Clothing , daptive Clothing For Adults , Disability Clothing , Disability Clothing Line , Fashionable Adaptive Clothing , Parkinson Clothing , Senior Clothing


I’m Denise Tremblay, the proud owner of EasyWear Adaptive ClothingTM.

I look forward to sharing my story. I hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better.

I’ve always had a passion for fashion, so when my high school friend and
class sewing partner knocked on my door with a lucrative business offer, I took more than a passing glance.

She had started a niche clothing line for individuals with reduced mobility, and thirty years on it was still going strong in Quebec and the Maritimes. Her focus had now turned to breaking into the Ontario market and earmarked me for the role. I was semi-retired at the time, so it didn’t take much convincing to take up the challenge in 2013.

Over the last six years, I have gone from lugging a small mobile closet around to senior residences in the Halton region, to setting up a fully-fledged boutique, in Cambridge. It’s the only one in Ontario, with sizes in XXSmall to extended sizes 2XL to 4XL, of ready to go fashionable adaptive clothing.

From pretty lace dresses to casual Bermuda shorts, the clothing range comprises of the finest fabrics. If clients cannot come to my store, then I take my mobile boutique on the road to their homes. I regularly visit senior residences and long-term care facilities. I also do a round of the neighboring hospitals on a monthly basis.

In recent years, I have forged a successful partnership with the health professionals at Retire-at-Home premises, in Waterloo, which has allowed my business to grow significantly. 

My mission is to give individuals with reduced mobility the motivation to take small steps toward regaining their happiness and feel proud to showcase their actual image. Making these individuals smile and chuckle when they can dress in three minutes instead of an hour is rewarding.

Minimizing the challenges faced by caregivers with stay-at-home parents is essential to me. My prescription is always constant, as I believe a daily dose of fashion will lift your spirits! Through the proceeds from my business, I also give generously to the MS Society and Parkinson’s Foundation, which are charities close to my heart. 

When I’m not exhibiting my clothing range, I spend time with my adorable granddaughter and take care of my daughter, who has a heart condition. My son helps me to discover the great outdoors, and I enjoy retreating to my RV in Ontario, or to my chalet in Quebec to relax.

At home, I don’t watch television, and thanks to my spinal arthritis, I am unable to step foot on the golf course anymore. So my hobbies are mainly gardening and reading.

I have enjoyed sharing my story about the things which matter to me and how they influence the way I do business.

If you or someone you know could benefit from my expertise in adaptive and disability clothing, we ship to clients across Brampton, Mississauga, Ontario, as well as Canada and internationally. To get in touch, please visit my website at