My mother has MS and I wanted to get her a helpful - useful item designed for people with handicaps or other issues.
It's for Christmas so I don't really want to ask her questions about the catalog,
Thanks for any tips or suggestions!
Sorry I don't have catalog sites for you, although I'm looking forward to checking out what the others list. But I was thinking in general...why don't you choose a Christmas gift(s) for your mother that has absolutely nothing to do with her disability whatsoever. You know, something special, pretty, frilly, feminine...even a silky, colorful scarf - nothing sturdy and practical. You know what she likes, her favorite colors, her favorite music, her favorite scents...
I love the fact that you'd like her to have an item that would make her life easier, but why don't you use the catalog suggestions to surprise her with those sometime that's completely separate from the gift holidays? Even if you buy something from it now, save it for another day - just to show her you're thinking of her then, too.
I'm not much of a holiday person, so I may be completely wrong and others will tell me so, but...I had just been thinking about how often I mention to my family that I wish I could afford another cane like the one I've got (expensive one!) in a different color/style. And then I realized that if that's what I got for Christmas I'd burst into tears and it would ruin my day. Of course, I'm a confirmed Holiday Hater anyway (maybe a minority of one).
Best to you gemini, and give your mom a kiss from all of us.