Transfer Pants

Transfer Pants are high quality unisex pants designed to move disabled persons safely, easily and comfortably. They have patented handles sewn into the pants and the liner to prevent falls and injuries to mobility challenged individuals. They have been specifically designed with caregivers in mind and have handles on the front, side and back, front zippers, pockets etc. They are machine washable and durable: Transfer pants are unisex.

Transfer Pants were created by Dr. Rennie O’Brien, a chiropractor in San Francisco who was transferring his 91-year-old mother from a wheelchair to a chair lift. Dr. O’Brien always felt that the transfer was unstable and perilous, because there was nothing for him to grab onto. When he once lifted his mother and heard the seam of her pants rip, he knew there had to be a better and safer way to transfer people who are mobility challenged.

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