Included in this section are a range of neckerchiefs designed to protect your clothing during eating and drinking. Neckerchiefs generally do not protect as much of your clothing as an apron or bib. However, you may prefer to use a neckerchief as they are more discreet in appearance than a regular bib or apron.1
Most of these neckerchiefs are made with a cloth outer layer with PVC or waterproof lining, to help prevent liquids soaking through to your clothes. They also have either Velcro or popper fastening, which may make them easier to fit and remove.2
If you would like advice regarding issues with clothing, footwear or dressing, you could try sections of AskSARA. AskSARA is the Disabled Living Foundation (DLF)'s free online self assessment tool. AskSARA will ask you questions about yourself and your environment and then offer relevant advice, product suggestions and supplier details.View references and sources of further information ›
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