Does buying gifts for your parents stress you out? They seem to have everything they want or they tell you not to get them anything. Well, if mom and dad aren’t going to give you ideas, we’re here to help.
Check out Pride Mobility’s top 5 gifts for parents.
1. Keepsake Photo Ornament
So many Christmas memories are made around the Christmas tree. Add to the lore of mom and dad’s tree with a custom ornament from Shutterfly. Immortalize your favorite festive family photo with the Bold Merry Framed Canvas Ornament.
2. Adaptive Clothing — Back-Flap Pants
Adaptive clothing retailer Buck and Buck offers an impressive collection of clothes for men and women with mobility issues. If your parents are unable to bear weight, but they still want to wear pants, these back-flap pants for men and women make great gifts. A caregiver can easily slip the pants over the wearer’s legs and tuck the flaps behind them. The design will keep mom or dad covered when they stand and the heavy duty snaps will keep the pants secured.
3. Yeti Rambler for Hot and Cold Drinks
Dad loves hot coffee. Mom loves iced tea. Both will adore a Yeti 20 oz. Rambler. This cup, which comes in a range of colors and personalization options, is made from durable stainless steel with double-wall vacuum insulation. Dad’s coffee will stay hot and mom’s ice will float in her tea for hours.
Maximize the convenience of this gift with a Pride Mobility cup holder for their scooter or Jazzy electric wheelchair.
4. Cozy Blanket
The only thing better than laying back in a Pride Mobility Power Lift Recliner is doing it with a comfy blanket. The Beautex Sherpa Throw Blanket, available on Amazon, delivers that final touch of comfort. This classic black and white buffalo plaid blanket is 50 inches wide by 60 inches long.
5. Pack Up + Go Trip
If your parents are travelers, a trip from Pack Up + Go will fan the flames of adventure. This unique travel agency uses your interests and budget to map out a surprise trip complete with travel, accommodations and activities. Fill out the survey for your parents and tell them when it’s time to pack up and go.