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Party Bag ideas for disabled girl?

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JimbosJetSet Sat 15-Aug-15 15:14:56

DD is having a party, and the children from next door are coming, including a profoundly disabled teenage girl. Please can I have some ideas as to good things to put in her party bag? She is fed through a tube so all sweets and crap are out! I've got as far as bubbles and hair slides... Thank you!
Apologies if I have posted in the wrong section or if I have used incorrect terminology.

StealthPolarBear Sat 15-Aug-15 15:16:55

Stickers? A cd single (if they still exist)

JimbosJetSet Sat 15-Aug-15 15:29:46

Ooh yes that's an interesting idea, thank you smile

quirkychick Sat 15-Aug-15 15:35:15

Small musical instruments, like shakers? Anything sensory like lighting up/squeezy balls from somewhere like Hawkin's Bazaar. Small beany-type toy which could be shiny/bright.

JimbosJetSet Sat 15-Aug-15 17:53:34

Thanks Quirky!

Piratejones Sat 15-Aug-15 19:48:28

our Poundland do LED light key rings, if she is allowed small items it might be worth getting one. If not then a normal torch.

Saracen Sat 15-Aug-15 20:31:07

Does she have both learning difficulties and physical disabilities?

JimbosJetSet Sat 15-Aug-15 21:08:21

Yes she does Saracen

Saracen Sun 16-Aug-15 23:07:10

Music/story tapes if you know what sort of thing she likes, and that her family has a tape player. Charity shops often have them for 30p or so.

Glow stick bracelets. Balloons from Tesco with lights inside.

Wheelchair bling, if she uses a wheelchair? Any items which can be attached to her wheelchair such as little furry animals, rhinestones, ribbons.

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