Favorite Five: December’s Special products to make your life easier
“Favorite Five” things we found this month and want to share with you. These might just make your life easier and we love to help you do just that.
This month’s Favorite Five comes from our friends at All Access Life. Let them put you in the Holiday Spirit with this Christmas Special! Here, they showcase their Top 5 Accessible Christmas Gift Ideas for 2018!
Microsoft has changed the game with this new adaptive controller. People with all types of physical limitations are now able to join in on the action and play Xbox! If you know someone with any sort of physical limitation, giving them the gift of gaming is sure to put a smile on their face. Note: they must own an Xbox.
2. Hover Ball (makes the list again)
This is a very inexpensive gift idea that is guaranteed to be loads of fun! It’s the first “ball” that can be played with inside the house! It has multi-colored LED lights that go off as it hovers around the floor!
Related: 2018 Parenting Special Needs Holiday Gift Guide
This has to be one of the most fun and accessible gadgets out there, and it would be the perfect Christmas gift! This squishy cube does it all! Its primary function is a music making device that you can play any instrument you wish on its 5 programmable sides! Give this accessible gadget as a Christmas gift and watch as the receiver turns into a ROCK STAR with the Skoog! It also has many apps that pair with it to turn it into much more than just a musical device… The possibilities are endless with this one of a kind accessible device.
The Tobii Eye Tracker 4C is a small piece of hardware that attaches to the bottom of your screen and
connects to your computer via USB. It tracks your head and eye movements to understand where
you are looking on the screen. Using the gamer’s natural gaze to complement traditional inputs
(like mouse and keyboard) provides a richer gaming immersion and allows for exciting new
gameplay. As of today, Tobii Eye Tracking powers over 130 games.
Winter Mobility for your wheelchair, walker, or baby Stroller, and is the perfect solution for snow and ice. The wide Wheelblade contact surface distributes the wheelchair driver’s pressure evenly onto the ground and prevents the small front wheels from sinking into the snow. The blades run over the ground with very little pressure and have no problem smoothing out rough spots.
Related: 18 “Mom Approved” Gifts for Kids with Special Needs
If you’re still looking for the perfect gifts, be sure to check out All Access Lifes “Top 5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrom, Autism, Blind/Visually Impaired, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Elderly.
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