Included in this section are baby carriers which attach to manual wheelchairs to enable parents who are wheelchair users to carry and transport their child.1
The types of baby carriers which are widely available on the high street (e.g. sling-style front carriers) have not been included here. If you are interested in purchasing such a baby carrier, you may like to read Ricability's report: 'Baby carriers: a guide for parents with disabilities'.
If you are a parent with a disability, you may wish to read our information sheet - disability, pregnancy and parenthood. This factsheet provides a guide to potentially useful equipment items and details of other organisations that might be able to offer assistance or advice.View references and sources of further information ›
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