The holiday season is a time for joy, celebration, and creating lasting memories with loved ones. Ensuring that festive activities are accessible and inclusive for everyone is key to fully enjoying the season. Check off these accessible activities that everyone can participate in and cherish the spirit of the holidays.
  1. Virtual Holiday Gathering: Connect with loved ones through a virtual holiday gathering. Share stories, exchange virtual gifts, and experience the warmth of the season from the comfort of your home.
  2. Inclusive Game Night: Host a festive game night with accessible board games and card games. Select games that don't require standing or intricate hand movements for an inclusive and enjoyable experience.
  3. Adaptive Ornament Decorating: Host a creative ornament decorating session with larger ornaments and adaptive tools. Ensure a low table for easy access, fostering a festive and inclusive atmosphere.
  4. Holiday Movie Marathon: Wrap up the festivities with an inclusive holiday movie marathon. Choose classic favorites or festive films and create a cozy movie-watching area with comfortable seating for everyone.
  5. Wheelchair-Friendly Caroling: Spread holiday cheer with a wheelchair-accessible caroling event. Choose accessible locations, provide lyric sheets, and make the joyous sounds of caroling inclusive for all.
Justin Richardson, Executive Director of the Numotion Foundation


Justin Richardson, Executive Director of the Numotion Foundation

Justin Richardson is a manual wheelchair user of seventeen years and thirteen-year veteran of the seating and mobility industry. He has deep perspective and experience as a former ATP, operations manager, communications and customer experience leader. Currently Justin also serves as the Executive Director of the Numotion Foundation and sits on the Board of the North Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association.