homepageTips and tricks from people with spinal cord injuries (SCI).
Hjälpa barn att gunga, (svensk text)

Thin rope from sailboat. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Thin rope from sailboat. Photo from mammapappalam.se

(Click for larger image)

Start » Helping children to swing

Helping 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 rope allows a parent to get the swing moving from a greater distance away from the swing. The parent uses the long rope to pull the swing instead of pushing it.

Authors comments
I didn’t have to move out of the way of the swing and could remain in the same place regardless of the speed of the swing. The rope was rather thin (from a sailboat) and had a loop at one end.

The user

Paid for by
The user

Editors comments
The tip comes from mammapappalam.se

Tip is dated from 2016

Categories for this tip
assisting others/childcare » play, Tips and tricks from people with Low paraplegia (Th11- S1, ASIA A, B).

Related tips: 1

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
Tip is dated from 2016.

No comments or blog links yet

Share page on :