Housewarming Gifts For A Disabled Person: Meaningful Gift Ideas

Whether you’re buying a housewarming gift for a disabled person in your life who is just starting off with their first home or moving somewhere new, finding the right present can be a challenge. When the person you’re shopping for has a disability or energy-limiting chronic illness, shopping for a thoughtful gift often means finding something they can use and enjoy regardless of their limitations.
If you’re looking for housewarming gift ideas for a loved one with a disability, you’ve come to the right place! This ultimate gift guide is designed to give you many ideas for finding the best gifts.

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Kitchen and Dining Gifts

Spill-Proof Scoop Plates

Two blue bowls sit on a white table.

Adjustable Swivel TV and Laptop Table with Ergonomic Stand Assist Safety Handle

A white chair is in the corner of a room. A table is in front of the chair.

Bottle Opener for Twist-Off Type Caps

This picture is of a yellow bottle opener.

Adaptive Utensils

Silverware with thick handles for disabled users sits on a white background.

 Rocker Knife for One-Handed Use

A hand is holding a knife and cutting meat.

Antibacterial Plastic Cutting Board

A white cutting board is positioned over a clear bowl.

Vegetable Slicing Guide

A kitchen knife is cutting tomatoes.

Electric Can Opener

This picture is of a red and white electric can opener.

Bathroom and Self Care Gifts

Long Lotion Applicator

This picture is of a lotion applicator.

No Rinse Bathing Wipes 

This picture is of a purple and white package of rinse free bath sponges.

Bathroom Shower Chair with Back and Arms

A white and blue shower chair.

Microwaveable Flaxseed Hand Warmer Gloves

This picture is of soft gloves.

Toilet Assist Tool

This picture is of a long white and blue stick used to help with toileting.

Sock Aid

This picture is of a white and blue sock aid.

Other Gift Ideas

Bedside Safety & Stability Grab Bar

Bed rail

Extra Long Reacher Grabber

This picture is of a black and blue grabber.

 Thick Double Gel Orthopedic Seat Cushion Pad 

Blue gel cushion with a black cover.

Wooden Playing Card Holder Tray Rack Organizer

Cards are in a wooden holder.

Wheelchair Ramp Threshold Ramp

A wheelchair is going up a set of portable ramps.

 Key Turner Aid

This picture features a three pick of Keywings.

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9 responses to “Housewarming Gifts For A Disabled Person: Meaningful Gift Ideas”

  1. Whitney Stewart Avatar
    Whitney Stewart

    I love how thoughtful the concept is for this post is! Plus some of these items could be used for people who just had a disability; like my grandma who’s hard of seeing. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. You really offer some great and thoughtful suggestions on purchasing housewarming gifts for a disabled person. These are really meaningful gift ideas that are surely to be appreciated. Thank you for the ideas and tips.

  3. This is a great post. I never thought about unique and helpful gifts for the disabled. So smart.

  4. Rose Ann Sales Avatar
    Rose Ann Sales

    What a really great gift ideas you have here! This is wo wonderful thanks for sharing this with us

  5. These are indeed meaningful gifts. I have a disabled niece and she would be very happy to get some of these. It’s very useful and helpful for her.

  6. Nnniiiccceeeee…this is a very unique set of items that I can donate to the differently abled. I hadn’t even known how they look like but this is a good idea!

  7. I think these are really thoughtful gifts. My friend recently got into the accident and I think he’ll love the wooding playing card holder tray. Will definitely keep this in mind for his birthday. Thank you for sharing these gift ideas.

  8. I had to click through to the toilet assist tool!!! Very clever. I once designed a toilet for a Universally Designed bathroom that had to accomodate a family with one very tall person, one very short person, a child in a wheelchair, and a senior with a walking device. My toilet was like a bus driver’s seat with hydraulics. It ended up being published in Interior Design magazine before I graduated from MSU! These are very thoughtful gifts and helpful to others, not just disabled!!!!

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