This Mother's Day, we're highlighting inclusive brands that support people with disabilities. Some of these brands were created by people with disabilities while others support mothers with disabilities. Give a gift to mom that gives back! 

  1. Bouquet of Socks by John’s Crazy Socks -  Founded by John, a man with Down syndrome with a passion for crazy socks, these bouquet of socks are a unique, colorful, and fun gift she can use all year long. 

  2. Prickly Pear Cactus Gift Set by SEEDs for Autism -SEEDs for Autism provides a path from "learning to earning" for young adults with autism through education, vocational training and social development in Phoenix, Arizona. This gift set is perfect for a mom in need of some self-care.

  3. The “Sally” Emergency Alert Pendant by Trelawear - This fashionable jewelry is the perfect gift for a mom in need of an Emergency Alert. Use promo code "fairplay10" for 10% off your purchase. 

  4. Advocate Like a Mother T-Shirt - Founded by a mom with a child with Downs syndrome, this t-shirt will donate 10% of sales to a family adopting a child with special needs, to a family in need of help with medical bills, or to a foundation.

  5. The Amazing Cookie by Colletty’s Cookies - Collette is an avid baker with Downs syndrome and began selling her amazing cookies to friends and family. The famous Amazing Cookie has been called the best cookie of all time by many.

  6. Quiet Water Triplet by River Bend Gallery - Geoffrey Mikol is a professional artist with Down syndrome that owns River Bend Gallery with his family. 

  7. Sunflower T-Shirt by Wheelchair Rapunzel - This online shop was founded by disabled boss babe, advocate, creative, and social media influencer Alex Dacy. 

  8. Bitty's Blend by Bitty & Beau's - Owned by a mother of twins with disabilities, this coffee shop trains and employs people with disabilities too! 

  9. Ear Cuff for Hearing Aids by HearClip - This HearClip is made from 14K white gold Ear Cuff connected to a Sterling Silver chain. Use promo code "fairplay10" for 10% off your purchase. 

  10. Blue Pie Manual Wheelchair Bag by Punkin Futz -One-of-a-kind, pie-shaped bags safely carry their treasures while highly reflective fabric helps keep you safe on streets and sidewalks! Each PunkinPie has lots of room for your most important belongings. Use promo code "fairplay10" for 10% off your purchase.

  11. Audible Membership - An Audible memberships provide an accessible, alternative option to reading.

Purchasing  Adapted Toys

Looking for toys to purchase? Check out the following list of resources put together by ReplayForKids:

AbleNet, Inc.
1081 Tenth Ave. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55414
800-322-0956 U.S. & Canada
612-379-0956 outside U.S.

Adaptive Tech Solutions
1071 Chickasaw Rd.
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Phone: 1-918-637-7390

Po Box 427
Goldendale, Washington 98620

Beyond Play
1442A Walnut Street #52
Berkeley, CA 94709
Phone:  877-428-1244

Enabling Devices, Toys for Special Children
385 Warburton Avenue
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706
Phone: (914) 478-0960
Toll Free: 1 (800) TEC-TOYS (1-800-832-8697)

Excitim Special Need Toys
31 Wordsworth Drive, Market Drayton
Shropshire TF9 1ND, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)845 900 3860

Flaghouse Inc.
601 FlagHouse Drive
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Phone: (800) 793-7900

LDK Adapted Toys
P.O. Box 744
Maineville, OH 45039

1353 Athens Hwy
Elberton, GA  30635-4484
Phone:  800-827-8283


See Me Thrive!
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4537 Gibsonia Road,
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Phone: 800-467-6222