Looking for that perfect present, stocking filler or secret Santa for friends, colleagues and family this Christmas? Check out these cute and elegant products created by artists and entrepreneurs living with a disability and/or have a close connection to disability.
Here, we share 7 fun, original and imaginative accessible Christmas gifts for disabled children, all of which can be bought on the Disability Horizons Shop.
We speak to Caron Mcluckie, the designer of the Bealies wheelchair joggers, adaptive clothing inspired by her disabled son.
We speak to The Able Label founder – Katie Ellis – about her career in the fashion industry and how her Grandmother’s Parkinson’s disease diagnosis inspired her to design stylish and functional adaptive clothing.
We speak to Cristel Guzman, the designer of Optivus, which is the first streetwear-inspired and adapted clothing range entirely dedicated to people with physical disabilities.
We share our collection of some adaptive clothing brands, all of which have discreet, accessible fastenings, wider openings and wheelchair-friendly designs.
Here at Disability Horizons, we are all about celebrating disability equality and inclusion. Our online store also wants to support with its new range of disability stickers and t-shirts.
We speak to fashion designer Holly Yendell about her accessible clothing brand L.able, how she started out and her accessible clothing ideas.