Disability Bears
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This bear has awareness ribbons and colours, a custom scar, a magnet removable ng tube and feeding bag, removable stoma and stoma bag (with a scar underneath) and an IV tube

Everybody wants a friend who is just like them, especially when there are few people around you in life with the same quirks and differences as you. 

Positive representation is really important to help build self esteem in disabled children and studies have shown that the presence of toys with disabilities grow open minds in abled kids too.

For this, I hand sew button jointed bears in many colours with many different disabilities.  

Below are some bears I have made, but if you don't see the kind of bear you are looking for please get in touch and I will design you the exact bear you can dream up.

Click here to buy yourself or a loved one a disability bear

Bears Available  (Click to jump to the bear)

Developmental differences

 

Medical equipment/aids

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Still Available

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Autism (red instead) and neurodiversity pride bear 

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Autism (red instead) and neurodiversity pride bear with O2 nose cannula 

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Still Available

 

Bear with a nasal O2 cannula and oxygen tank

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Bear with a tracheostomy

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Tracheostomy

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Ostomy bag

Still Available

 
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Bear with an ostomy bag

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Bear with biaural hearing aids

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Bear with a scoliosis cast

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Bear with AFOs

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Bear with wrist splints

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Bear with knee splints

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Bear with an upper limb difference (Phocomelia)

Bear with a lower limb differnce/ amputation