Coloring books are no longer just for kids. They are a hot trend for adults who find that coloring between the lines is a relaxing, creative outlet in our ever-more frenzied times. Artist Tiffany Zimmerman, who is always seeking to expand her horizons, decided to design one for people like herself who depend on a wheelchair, in her case because of muscle weakness caused by FSH muscular dystrophy.
“This coloring book is meant to be an uplifting and inclusive activity book for all ages,” she says. “From someone who is personally in wheelchair I can say to have even just a small presence in something as simple as a coloring book can go a long way in feeling less isolated.”
Accessible Coloring Book is available on Amazon. Tiffany is already working on another one and plans to publish a series.
“This relaxing activity will help calm you as well as inspire you to not let whatever your disability is keep you down,” says Tiffany. You can follow Tiffany’s coloring book projects on Facebook.