Cat leash: assistive device for parents of young children

An assistive device for parents with disabilities who have young children so that the child cannot run away

Cat leash
Cat leash

A cat leash can be attached to a loop in the waistband of the child’s pants.

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When Erika goes out alone with the child in areas that are dangerous for children, such as streets and parks with ponds, she sometimes uses a cat leash as an extra precaution so that the child cannot run away.

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Tipsare: Erika

Erika lives in a house together with her partner and two infants. She is working part time. In 1994 she was injured and has a low tetraplegia (C7). Sometimes she uses help provided by the local government when she is going out with her children.