But here is a fresh take on some ideas that are fun and high ranking on the rating list of gifts this year!
Another cool gift for avid readers is this unique glowing bookmark that will be sure to win book lovers over! I’m actually thinking about treating myself to this gift on my birthday!
For science lovers of beyond earth’s atmosphere and into the wonder of the solar system, here is a fantastic bracelet that anyone can sport! I think it’s a cool and fun way to learn and remember the planets of our solar system.
Samantha also had one made for her brother Richie about sharks because this year that has been his latest main interest!
For children, teens and adults who need sensory input through vestibular motion, there are a variety of swings that can used indoor or outdoors. An all-time favorite that is used by many indoors is this great snuggle swing for all the sensory input it provides.
When in doubt one can never go wrong with gift cards. Depending on the gift recipients’ interests, you can buy gift cards for pretty much anything these days and they always make someone’s day. I find movie tickets to Sensory Friendly movie theaters are great and fun for the entire family.
I would also suggest checking Groupon for restaurant and attraction deals – you would be surprised of the great deals you can find on Groupon!
It’s important for us to remember that the benevolent act of giving isn’t necessarily about just “getting it right.” It’s about letting others know you care and that you’re thinking about them during holidays, special occasions, celebrations, and throughout the year. Because of this, we have to remind ourselves that there are no “wrong gifts” if we are informed of what’s safe and appropriate for the loved one we’re thinking about.
I hope you found these to be helpful to you when go gift shopping for someone you care about with special needs.
If you have a great idea that you feel should be added – please feel free to comment and share it below.