As the bells start jingling and Santa's elves gear up for a busy month, parents and friends start trawling the web for the perfect presents to get for the children in their lives. The needs of disabled children might be a little different so, in this post, we are going to share some of the best gifts we've found that are ideally suited to disabled kids.
These ingenious little tools help children who struggle to communicate by providing visual pictures and cues. Rosy & Bo sells a Bedtime Routine Communication Fan, a Behaviour Communication Fan, a Bathtime Routine Communication Fan, an At School Communication Fan and more.
These kids’ wheelchair gloves have gel padding on the areas of children’s hands they use to push their chair. They have a great grip, a Lycra and towelling backing, a Velcro fastener and a splash of colour to brighten them up.
Ideal for a bedroom or nursery, this poster shows children how to sign words like hello, thank you and goodbye.
For kids with visual impairments, as well as those who haven't yet learned to tell the time, this cute watch was designed expressly for children and speaks the time in a voice recorded by the RNIB. It also has an alarm, with voice feedback to help the child set it, and the watch face makes use of contrasting colours.