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The user with the child in Lodger Shelter baby sling. Photo from mammapappalam.seBaby carrier Lodger Shelter
A cross between a sling and a baby carrier – suitable for parents who use a wheelchair and have young children
Crossover one-piece “onesie”. Photo from mammapappalam.seBaby clothes
Modified crossover one-piece outfit – suitable for parents with functional impairment
BabyBjörn highchair. Photo from mammapappalam.seBabybjörn Highchair
The tray on this highchair can be folded out of the way. The parent can then lift the child from the side and does not have to lift straight up.
Car seat Britax Dualfix. Photo from mammapappalam.seCar seat and infant carrier BRITAX DUALFIX
A car seat that can rotate 360 degrees – suitable for parents with disabilities
The user sweeps up Lego with a broom. Photo from mammapappalam.seClean up Lego with a broom
Sweeping up Lego is much easier than trying to pick up all the pieces, one by one – a simple method for parents with disabilities
Mawok cradle. Photo from mammapappalam.seCradle suspended from ceiling
A cradle suspended from the ceiling for infants – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children
Child in rotated car seat. Photo from www.pinterest.comCybex Sirona Car seat
A car seat that can rotate 360 degrees – suitable for parents with disabilities
User with her baby in the Ergobaby baby carrier. Photo from mammapappalam.seErgobaby baby carrier
Baby carrier with optional infant insert - suitable for parents who use a wheelchair and have of young children
Thin rope from sailboat. Photo from mammapappalam.seHelping children to swing
A rope with a loop is threaded through the swing before the child climbs up on it – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children
The child steps on the bucket to climb up into the swing. Photo from mammapappalam.seHelping children up into the swing
The child can use an upside down bucket as a stepping stool to make it easier to climb into the swing independently
The user with the child in baby sling. Photo from mammapappalam.seSimple baby sling
A baby sling that does not need to be tied, but consists of two tubes that are wrapped around the adult’s body - suitable for parents who use a wheelchair and have young children
Suspended highchair. Photo from mammapappalam.seSuspended highchair
A highchair without legs that is suspended directly on the table – suitable for parents who use a wheelchair