As someone with Ataxia, finding items for me to use on a daily basis can be hard. I have compiled this list of items to help those who have Ataxia or who have someone with Ataxia in their life find the perfect gift this holiday season.
Whether you need help in the kitchen, a little more stability getting up and down or a simple way to organize your kitchen utensils, This gift guide will help you find just the right gift!
“I Love Someone with Ataxia” Shirt
Do you have a family member, friend, or spouse with Ataxia? This is a great way to show your love and support (not that you don't already). My mom has one and I love when she wears it!
Sometimes putting on socks can be a struggle especially with weak muscles and hand tremors. This aid allows you to easily and efficiently slip on those socks, giving you a non-slip foam handle to better your grip.
A little rain shouldn't dampen your day. This Poncho goes over your wheelchair to ensure you can be outside without feeling like you have just showered. It has a truncated back so it won't get entangled in your wheelchair wheels.
As a clumsy Californian with an obsession for exploring the world. I love getting to know the destinations I visit by discovering what makes a place unique, unconventional and a little bit weird.
But like most people I don't spend ALL my time traveling (that would be exhausting). When I am not gallivanting around the world you can find me singing Celine Dion songs into my hairbrush, taste testing gourmet donuts (someone's got to do it), and watching movies comfortably in my unicorn onesie.
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