From Handicap-Made Chopsticks to Mountain Biking Wheelchairs

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Nov 17, 2014
If you're looking to buy gifts for the disabled person or people in your family or circle of friends, what you're actually faced with is an opportunity to enrich that person's life.

Seemingly trivial everyday activities which people perform without a second thought -- such as scratching their back or clipping clothes pins onto their clothes -- can be extremely uncomfortable for people with certain disabilities and illnesses. Thankfully, there are a number of very creatively and thoughtfully designed products out there that make it easier for disabled people to do different things.

For example, if you know someone who is wheelchair-bound but would like to enjoy outdoor physical activity, you could get them one of the many sport wheelchairs that are infiltrating the market these days.

Alternatively, you can get a gift that can help a person disabilities use gadgets, computers and tech appliances with ease.