I’m totally behind this idea. I’m glad the Globe & Mail called attention to it. I admit I’m even a tad envious.
I’m glad the Starlight Foundation is doing this for their youth. (Feature image used is taken from the Starlight Foundation website.)
I know here in the U.S. we do have some places that make personalized robes.
Many of the designs & styles that these types of companies produce are also geared to nursing moms, which makes sense marketing wise, but still poses some design issues for women without children & younger people as a whole.
I hope this idea catches on more & that U.S. hospitals will allow patients to wear some of these as a more comfortable alternative.
Especially if they have the core functionality of the drab, vanilla, run-of-the-mill robes.
Even though the feature image shown is geared towards a teen patient, I’d be down to wear it, too.