Testimonials from doctors, nurses and patient groups

  • "We think that INGA Wellbeing collection is innovative and creative. This will be a huge benefit for patients."

    May Tucker & Sylvia Turner Stoma care department, St Mary's Hospital Paddington, United Kingdom
  • "We think that being able to look 'normal', dress and undress independently plays an important part in patients' recovery. INGA's concept is therefore very interesting."

    Dr. Sophie Cvilic Head of radiotherapy, Breast Clinic, Cliniques St. Jean, Brussels
  • "INGA Wellbeing clothing enables medical staff to examine, and even treat, patients easily and without having to fully undress them, both maintaining patient dignity and comfort and saving valuable nursing time. These innovative, yet normal looking, garments should help patients to regain their independence more quickly as they are empowered to dress themselves, move about and socialise, which in turn should promote a speedier recovery."

    Jacques Peeters Medical technical department head nurse and specialist in ergomotricity, Jules Bordet Institute, Belgium
  • "There is a great need for ways to help patients to be seen and treated as people, not as patients.  I think that INGA would go a long way to helping empower patients and their loved ones to retain their sense of femininity and individuality."

    Rosa Meza MacMillan Information Centre Supervisor, Harley Street Clinic, UK
  • "The Mimi Foundation and INGA Wellbeing share the same aims: to help patients preserve their self-esteem, their courage and their strength. The INGA range of clothing is elegant, attractive and very practical and will improve patients’ quality of life during treatment.”

    Cécile Van Parijs Managing director of the Mimi Ullens Foundation, a European cancer patient support charity, Belgium.
  • "I absolutely love your clothing range and ... think they would be really practical and make a huge difference to patients wellbeing."

    Ella Davies-Smith www.physiofixblog.com
  • "Maintaining a neat and cared-for appearance can give hospitalised and at-home care patients a sense of well-being. The clothes created by INGA can help them considerably in this way, while also enabling nurses to work more efficiently,"

    Anne-Christine de Cleene Co-founder of AISE: specialist training for nurses in patient wellbeing, Belgium
  • "At Qualivity we believe it is important to be able to offer solutions to our patients that are in accordance with our values of quality, respect and attention to the individual. In light of this focus on ensuring a good quality of life at each stage of illness, Qualivity was delighted to learn about INGA's fantastic concept, which places the emphasis on the 'person'.  The products and the company are a perfect fit for our values and we are happy to participate in the development of this fledgling business."

    Loic Malluquin CEO of Qualivity Soins, an at-home nursing care provider, Belgium
  • "Your project sounds amazing & I completely agree about the vulnerability you feel in your PJs in a hospital bed. The patients as people message seems to be starting to be heard by the people who need to hear it. I will keep shouting for as long as I can. I wish you lots of luck and every success with your endeavours. Best wishes, Kate x"

    Dr. Kate Granger NHS Geriatric doctor who, following her cancer diagnosis, campaigned to improve patient care with the "Hello, my name is ..." campaign, United Kingdom

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