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The client solutions team at Employers Health is known for making great plan design recommendations, but today they’re sharing something even better, their holiday gift guide. Below are their suggestions for everyone on your list. And, best of all, everything can be bought online and delivered in time for your holiday gift giving.

Best Gifts for Parents
Legacybox transfers those old videos and pictures to a digital format so they can relive memories conveniently without having to find a VCR.

Encourage them to stay home and watch all those newly converted videos with a new projector and screen, tech support not included.

They can prepare professional-grade meals with an Anova Sous Vide.

Best Gifts for Dads
It’s hard to find a dad who doesn’t love football. Our neighbors at the Pro Football Hall of Fame have unique and exclusive gifts featuring all his favorite teams.

For dads who don’t like football, be ready for a day of the oldies with this vinyl record player.

Or, as their website says, give dad an authentic distillery tour, minus all the irritating tourists with Flaviar.

Best Gifts for Moms
You can’t go wrong with a sentimental gift for mom, and this personalized sign is a steal too! A constant reminder that you are always thinking of her.

Or, for the mom who’s always cooking up a storm, a new Le Creuset Cookware set would make a great group gift.

Get mom a personalized wine chiller to add a little flare to her next get together!

Best Gifts for Grandparents
Everyone in the family can send grandma and grandpa photos and short videos with this digital picture frame. You may not be able to be together physically, but with this they’ll still feel connected.

A beautiful canvas with a customizable signpost featuring all the grandkids is sure to be a hit.

What grandparent wouldn’t appreciate the original smart device, The Clapper!

Best Gifts Under $25
Whether they are traveling, or the power is out, a portable cell phone charger is always a necessity.

A breakfast sandwich maker is a must-have when working from home.

A welcome addition to family movie night! The Whirley Pop Popcorn Popper is a gift the whole family will enjoy.

Best Gifts Under $50
It’s the gift they didn’t know they needed. Air compressors aren’t just for tires anymore. This tool will come in handy for bike tires, pool floats, ball pits and more!

Help them wake up feeling refreshed with a Phillips Smart Sleep Wake-up Light Therapy Alarm Clock.

Spice up their Apple watch with a new band!

Best Gifts Under $100
Give the gift of cleaner teeth with the Waterpik Complete Care Flosser and Sonic Toothbrush System.

Sign up your spouse, mom or sister for a six-month subscription to Birch Box and they’ll receive expertly curated beauty products to sample.

Another great subscription box for the avid reader, for $89.99, the Book of the Month club will send them a total of six books tailored specifically to their tastes.

Best Tech Gifts 
If there’s one thing people enjoy more than social media – it’s posting on social media! Help them take the best pictures possible with this iPhone lens kit.

The capabilities are endless with these Smart Plugs – compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home.

And the best tech gift for non-techies? We can’t think of anyone who couldn’t use this robot vacuum.

Best Gifts for Teachers and Coworkers
Set them up for success with a custom tumbler or a super-sized yeti in cool new colors. Don’t forget to include some K-cups or a Starbucks gift card to keep them going through all those Zoom classes and calls.

This lotion will be a welcome gift since all that hand washing is really taking a toll.

Best Gifts for Pets
Satisfy even the pickiest of pets with their own subscription box from BarkBox.

The Furbo Dog Camera with a treat dispenser is a gift for your dog, but also for you.

The cat won’t feel left out with a Hot Pursuit Cat Motion Toy.

Make your pet feel at home with a personalized pet portrait!

Best Stocking Stuffers
A 2020 staple, Gloves in a Bottle.

Help them organize all the cords from those new electronics with leather cable organizers.

A waterproof note pad for the person whose best ideas always come to them in the shower.

Maybe they just deserve coal… soap.

Best Gifts for College Students
They’ll be the coolest on campus with a custom, made in the U.S.A., cornhole board.

Help them get to the top of the class with a Moleskine Pen+ Ellipse Smart Writing Set Pen & Ruled Smart Notebook.

With a wide variety of colors, they’ll love an eno hammock. Don’t forget to include the straps as well! These hammocks fold up into a small bag making them easy to take with them when they want to get some fresh air.

Best Gifts for Teenagers
For that teenager who loses everything, the Tile Pro can help them (and you) find their backpack, keys and more.

Keep them hydrated with a Hydro Flask Water Bottle.

You can’t go wrong with Airpods for your favorite teen.

Best Gifts for Elementary Students
You’ll definitely win the best aunt or uncle award with this drum set! Or, if you still want their parents to like you, keep them entertained with a three-month subscription to KiwiCo.

Letters to Me, When I Grow Up is a gift they will treasure for years to come.

Best Gifts for Toddlers
It doesn’t get better than playing and learning when it comes to toddlers. We recommend this Melissa & Doug Catch & Count Fishing game.

The Aqua Magic Doodle Mat will keep them entertained for hours!

Let your child command an army of robots with the Linkimals line of toys.

Best Gifts for Babies
This personalized blanket will get plenty of use well into their childhood.

They may not be hiking anytime soon, so take them on a journey through the national parks with All Aboard! National Parks a Wildlife Primer.

Author

Emily Clevenger

Emily Clevenger

Marketing Executive and Team Lead

Emily Clevenger is a member of the Employers Health marketing communications team.