This type of stroller allows individuals the option to snap an infant carrier into the stroller frame. Be aware that not all stroller frames and carriers are universal (different brands may not match); please read the manufacturer’s instructions before purchasing. These frames are easy to fold and store; yet, parents will typically need to purchase another stroller and/or seat as the child grows out of the infant seat.
Note: In our research we found that it may be difficult for some individuals with a disability to use strollers easily. Features that require fine motor strength/control (i.e., buckles, levers, handles, push buttons) and tasks that use trunk control/balance (i.e., pushing stroller, moving baby in/out) are not conducive to traditional stroller design. There is a need for more strollers in the mass market to be user friendly for a variety of people.
Car seat fits onto a circular base in the stroller and car. This base allows individuals to pivot/turn baby in car seat for easy access.
Stroller is compact has and adjustable in the height of the handles as well as the footrest for the child. Car seat attaches to stroller; however, new seats must be purchased as child ages.
Consumer reports lists a variety of considerations for purchasing a stroller; however, we suggest that you consider your own needs and abilities to determine what’s best for you. Hopefully some of theses suggestions are examples from which you can build upon. Contact us if you have found another example that works well for you.
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