The anti-strip jumper is specially designed for people with emotional or behavioural disorders, and they may need to wear diapers due to physical needs. Jumpsuits currently available look like a medical uniform. Therefore, the research team spent a lot of effort on design and cutting. A rigorous laundry process at high temperature is required in the care centre which leads to the garment getting damaged easily, while using heavy and durable fabrics for the jumpsuit development may harm the sensitive skin of elderly patients. To address this problem, the research team tested various fabrics for breathability, water resistance and breaking load. These tests ensured that the fabric used in the new jumpsuits would meet international standards, providing the wearer a garment both functional and comfortable.