Top 5 inclusive gifts this festive season - Forward Ability Support

Top 5 inclusive gifts this festive season

The festive season is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited! Summer fun and family time – it’s the perfect plan. Celebrating your family and friends through gifts is always appreciated, no matter what age they may be. So, we’ve pulled together our top 5 inclusive gifts to gift your loved ones this season.

Come Over To My House by Sally Rippin, Eliza Hull, Daniel Gray-Barnett

This delightful picture book is a must-read for all families as it explores the home lives of children and parents who are living with disability.

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Skims Adaptable Collection

Earlier this year, Kim Kardashian’s shapewear and loungewear brand SKIMS launched its new adaptive collection for people living with disability or limited mobility. The range features different types of underwear in a range of sizes and colours to suit different skin tones. The easy-access hook and eye fasteners are features on the front or sides of the garment, offering an easier way to take off or put on than normal designs.

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EveryHuman’s BILLY Footwear

EveryHuman is a popular inclusive and accessible fashion label featuring trendy collections for adults and children. The BILLY Footwear collection was founded by Billy Price, who sustained a spinal cord injury after a three-storey fall. Billy’s lived experience was the inspiration for the BILLY Footwear collection. He wanted shoes that were easy to wear, but also matched his style and were trendy. Today, the BILLY Footwear shoes utilise a zip along the entire side and front of the shoe making it easier to put on and take off than a regular shoe. They are available in a range of sizes, styles and colours to suit almost anyone.

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aKin assistive tablet

The aKin assistive tablet is an NDIS-approved tablet to support people living with disability to achieve greater independence in their daily living and manage goals across their NDIS outcomes. The tablet features personalised meal plans to help maintain diet plans, calendar organisation, grocery ordering, video calling and messaging functions. It also features an AI assistant that is completely voice controlled making hands-free the new norm.

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JAM the Label clothing

JAM the Label is an Australian fashion label focused on creating clothing designed with people living with disability in mind. They create simple adaptations to classic designs, making fashion that’s functional for all. They sell a range of accessible clothing from jackets, hoodies, shirts and pants all adapted to allow easy access on and off. This is through zippers, clasps and snap buttons that don’t require as much time or effort to open and close as standard clothing. Forward Ambassador, Joel Sardi is a featured model on their site and we love it!

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