Christmas is only a couple of days away, but there is still time get after-Christmas gifts. There are twelve days of Christmas, anyway, so you still have time!
We often concentrate on practical tools to make disabled life easier, but here we have gathered a list of tools that are not only practical, but are fun and will make for an interesting gift at your holiday get togethers.
Make walking a brighter experience
Consider a Deluxe Cane Expressions Walking Cane Cover for your friend or family member’s cane this Christmas. This fun and thoughtful gift will add flair and variety to their cane.
Automatic light for canes and walkers
Another idea for those who use canes and walkers is the See 4 Safety Mobility Light. The See 4 Safety Mobility Light features bright LED lights that automatically turn on when it is dark. This will prove to be a fun gift that will also increase safety, especially for those who often use their cane or walker outside.
Perhaps you know someone who is bedridden or else spends the majority of their day in bed. The Book Desk is made from imported Baltic Birch, which makes for a very nice and sleek gift that doesn’t look like medical equipment.
Another bed gift is the Bedside Beverage Holder. No more reaching over the bed rails. This tool brings the drink directly to the user’s mouth, making bedtime reading much more relaxing and enjoyable!
Play word games easier with low vision
Let’s not forget board games. Many of us enjoy playing games like Scrabble with our families over the holidays, but for those with low vision, it can be difficult. Replace standard Scrabble tiles with our Large Print Word Game Tiles.
Have fun gift-giving these season. Hopefully, this list will get you started!