A jacket that fastens in the back but has a zipper in front, too, so it looks like everyone else's. Clamp-on holders for cell phones or soda cans. Cozy snowsuits trimmed in daisies or soccer balls that can be put on without getting up. These are some of the Gifts for Children and Teens in Wheelchairs that make up today's addition to the Holiday Survival Kit. If your child prefers toys to clothes, there are cute dolls with wheelchairs, walkers and braces on the list. And if he or she loves the water, a selection from the list of swim gear for children with special needs might be just the thing. To give your gift-giving one extra boost, consider Celebrate Diversity! shirts for friends and family members as well as your child; the brightly colorful design, bearing the words "Living Together, Playing Together, Learning Together, Working Together," includes a person in a wheelchair and sends a positive message of inclusion.