What do you get your disabled 20 something? You are the disabled 20 something and you’re wondering what should be on your Xmas list.
Jabra Move Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
These are on my own disabled 20 something Xmas list! Why? Simply really; I spend £100s a year on headphones because I break a lot of pairs because the wires are constantly becoming trapped in wheels – so good bye wires – hello massive savings!
It isn’t my fault honest! They just get caught in my wheels, trapped in my side guards and tangled in the brakes of my wheelchair. Well this year I am breaking the habit of breaking my headphones by going wireless. Yeah man – and my wireless companions of choice – these sexy Jabra Move.
Booq were kind enough to send me sample DayPack to review earlier on in the year. Booq are now among my favourite life bag makers. If you’re like me, and carry your life around on your back – a good bag is essential and the great thing about Booq is – they’re light, compact and stylish. You can see their range here and purchase on Amazon.
UNYQ Prosthetic Covers
The Active Hands Gym Pack
The gym pack from the Active Hands Company could be just the thing to kick start that New Year, New You resolution.
What about stocking stuffers for our disabled 20 something Xmas List?
The Schwalbe One Wheelchair Tire
Tires are like socks – we all think Xmas starts loosing its magic when we start receiving them but are thankful later on in the year when that inevitable puncture happens! The Schwable One is a bit pricier than others in the range but it is the best. Give your disabled 20 something, the tire that they deserve this Xmas! You can buy them from Spokz here.
The Affordable Memory Foam Wheelchair Cushion
Its £9.99, need I say more? Buy it here.
Care Designs’ Green Pashmina
The Care Designs Green Pashmina is clothes protector with style. You can buy it here.
Sabio Folio Grande
Pills, Pills, Pills (or should that be girls, girls, girls?!). I’ve confused myself now. I’m just glad that I don’t have a complicated meds schedule to follow, because if I did, I’m sure that I’d mess it up. But if I did, I’d be sure to snap up a product from Sabi – they make stylish medication management products that look cool but also do the job. But don’t just take my word for it – read Diane Murray’s review. You can see all the products in there range here.
Get Them An Experience
We’re not just limiting our disabled 20 something Xmas list to products. You could push the boat out and get them an experience like a trip to the Calvert Trust. The Calvert Trust provide accessible outdoor adventures to a range of people with different disabilities. Read the review that we did here.
I hope you find something on this list for your disabled 20 something.