Welcome to my article about the best Christmas Gifts for the Elderly.

If you’re looking for ideas on what to get your elderly relative or friend this Christmas, then you’ve come to the right place.

We’ll get into the top 5 products below, but first, a bit of an introduction.

Gifts For The Elderly – Introduction

It is the age old question; what on earth do I buy for my elderly parents or relative for Christmas (or any other gift-giving time!)

It can be an incredibly difficult task buying Christmas presents for the elderly or disabled, this is especially true if you are buying some sort of mobility aid.

The last thing you want to do is buy something that will cause offense.

Imagine getting a box of incontinence pads for your birthday or as a Christmas present.

The truth is however that there a number of mobility aids that make great presents.

I’ve been in contact with each of these products in my job so I know they are good quality and will be appreciated by your elderly or disabled friend or relative.

Top 5 Christmas Gifts for the Elderly or Disabled

5: Christmas Food Hamper

I would absolutely love you if got me this for Christmas.

What an excellent idea and a really good buy.

This is a collection of foods including cakes, sweets and drinks including tea.

The hamper would be suitable as either a birthday present or a Christmas present.

It’s great for the elderly or disabled because it’s full of yummy treats they can enjoy by themselves or share with friends.

It also saves them from having to go to the shops, and might include treats that they wouldn’t usually buy for themselves!

christmas hamper gift for elderly

4: Christmas Card Mail Catcher

Imagine Grandma’s fury and disappointment as her Yorkshire terrier tears apart the Christmas card you lovingly wrote on and posted to her.

Fear no more, the mail catcher will stop the little pooch in his tracks.

This device is great for not only preventing the dog from eating your mail, but also for preventing elderly people from having to bend down every time they want to pick up their mail.

This is great for those suffering from back pain or limited mobility.

mail catcher bag

3: Christmas Puzzle Collection

Everyone loves doing jigsaw puzzles don’t they.

Hours of fun for the whole family, these puzzles will make a great gift for Christmas.

This box contains 4 x 500 puzzles to keep your relatives busy for hours.

It’s perfect for stimulating the mind and keeping the brain engaged.

Puzzles also help increase memory and problem solving abilities, making them great for helping combat dementia.

They can also be done by one solo person – perfect for someone who is home alone or in a nursing home, such as an elderly person.

christmas puzzles gift for the elderly

2: Indiana Riser Recliner Chair

The Indiana riser recliner chair is a single motor chair that makes the perfect gift for an elderly or disabled person.

Available in a range of colours, the Indiana is an extremely comfortable chair.

When the user wants to get up, the chair rises to help them into a standing position without any effort.

This is perfect for people who have painful joints, arthritis, or weak legs.

Read our full review of the Indiana riser recliner chair here.

You can also read about Leather Riser Recliner Chairs here!

indiana riser recliner chair

1: Himalayan Salt Lamp

You may well be surprised by this choice, but give me a moment to explain!

Himalayan salt lamps are an attractive addition to any home, added to that the health benefits they can bring make them the perfect gift for anyone.

I recently treat myself to one of these after reading some reviews online.

I have found that my mood has increased in general and my anxiety has lowered.

These salt lamps are also claimed to improve breathing in people with asthma and purifies air in the room.

The model I have featured to the right also has touch control, making it easy to use for the elderly or disabled.

Himalayan salt lamp gift

Christmas Gifts for the Elderly – Conclusion

I hope you have found this information useful.

Older people and people with disabilities can be difficult to buy Christmas presents for, but it is do-able.

I hope that this article will help you brighten up the day of your loved one this Christmas!

Here are some more articles you may also enjoy reading:

Best Rise and Recline Chairs
Upright Walkers
Walking Sticks with Seats

christmas gifts for the elderly