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Child holding on to Skip hop handle. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Child holding on to Skip hop handle. Photo from mammapappalam.se

Skip hop handle. Photo from www.lekmer.se
Skip hop handle. Photo from www.lekmer.se

Skip hop handle. Photo from www.lekmer.se
Skip hop handle. Photo from www.lekmer.se

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Skip hop handle

A soft plastic handle to install on the wheelchair that a child can hold onto instead of holding a parent’s hand.

Description
A soft plastic handle to install on the wheelchair frame. The handle was designed to install on a stroller/pushchair so an older sibling can hold the handle when the parent is pushing the pram/carriage.

Model: Walk-Along Stroller Handle from the company Skip Hop

Authors comments
The handle was used extensively and was very good to get the child to keep up at a normal pace. The child appreciated having a fixed point to hold onto on the wheelchair. However, the user felt the handle was a bit too short so the child was too close to the wheelchair. The child was 3.5 years old when the handle was used, but it would probably have worked well for toddlers from 18 months.

Manufacturer
The product is no longer made.

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The user

Editors comments
This tip is from mammapappalam.se/

Tip is dated from 2015

Categories for this tip
assisting others/childcare » security, Tips and tricks from people with Motor incomplete paraplegia ( Th2-S1, ASIA C, D).

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