The Spoonie Thread

2021 Spoonie Gift Guide

It’s the most wonderful time of the year....and also one of the most stressful times trying to find the “perfect gift” for friends and family. We’r...

Spoonie Threads News & Updates

At Spoonie Threads we love all things in the adaptive wear community. Catch up with some recent news:  More and more brands are figuring out--adapt...

Protect Your Skin: Sun Safety Month

August is Summer Sun Safety Month! It’s a great time to learn about some of the damaging effects that too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure ...

Time for Back to School

It’s that time of year ✏️ Back to School! 🍎   Don’t wait for the last bell to ring--it's time to get ready for school and don’t forget to stock up ...

Why Offering Adaptive Clothing & Accessories Matters

A portion of this piece featuring Aerie graphic designer Brittany, was originally published on Aerie.com on 1/30/2020.  ⁂ Spoonie Threads, a femal...

Adaptive clothing for a new nursing mom

As a first time mom, there were lots of challenges that I expected, but one I didn’t anticipate was breastfeeding. Although I took the classes, rea...

Ileostomy Tips from a Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse

This week, we share some words of wisdom from Carol Marshall-Hanson, RN who is a Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse (CWON) at Seton Healthcare Family in ...

Enjoying the Outdoors with Diabetes

You don’t have to let diabetes keep you from getting outside and enjoying nature. Here are some suggestions for a great day out:  Plan out your d...

Our Favorite Adaptive Gifts for Father's Day

Let's celebrate National Men's Health Week and Father's Day 2021! We've put together a list of adaptive clothing and accessories that combine funct...

G-Tube Wear & Care

Tracheostomy Tube Awareness Week

In honor of Global Tracheostomy Tube Awareness Week, one of our ambassadors, Hannah, wrote the following about her experience living with a tracheo...

Physician Tips: How to Care for Your Ostomy

Ostomy surgery is a procedure where bodily waste is rerouted from its usual path to pass through a stoma on the abdomen into a ‘pouch’ or ‘ostomy b...