Flameless Candle. A flameless candle is a perfect alternative to a real candle, which could be dangerous when seniors are at home alone. (
Adult Coloring Book.
Zipper Puller for Her.
A Pill Organizer.
Comfortable, Warm Socks.
What can a disabled person do for fun?
Promotes interscholastic adapted sports with state and national policymakers.
Adaptive Snowshoeing. Adaptive snowshoeing is a fun sport for individuals who enjoy the outdoors and like to explore their surroundings.
Gardening. Gardening is a fun hobby, whether it is done indoors or out.
Horseback Riding or Hippotherapy.
How can I make my house wheelchair friendly?
10 Ways to Make a Handicap Accessible Home
Replace stairs with ramps. Stairs are a hazard for many, not just those in wheelchairs but for anyone with limited mobility.
Install a stair lift.
Consider an elevator.
Remove bathing barriers.
Update your toilet.
Place handrails in key areas.
Simplify pool entry.
What do you do with a handicapped person?
6 ways you can support people with disabilities
Ask first and follow their lead. Don’t assume people need help.
Speak clearly, listen well.
Speak directly to people.
Be aware of personal space.
Be flexible to family members of people with disabilities.
When setting meetings, check accessibility.
What can lonely seniors do?
From Bridge to Scrabble, cards and games are an excellent way for seniors to engage in a fun activity to keep their minds alert and keep them social. Other hobbies, such as dancing and golfing offer many social benefits, as well.