Parents of children with disabilities face adverse circumstances in their daily routine. These struggles are prevalent in the grocery store, where parents are forced to make troubling decisions regarding the care of their child.
For example, it is often difficult for parents to get the child into the standard kiddie seat, especially when the child is older. Also, maneuvering a shopping cart and a wheel chair at the same time is not a one-person task, although many parents feel that this is their best option. Leaving the child at home may be the worst alternative, as many special needs children require constant care or may suffer from anxiety when alone.
Caroline’s Cart alleviates these concerns in the shopping center by providing a cart that is specialized to meet the unique needs of families with special needs children.
- Seat faces caregiver, allowing for easy eye contact
- Handles swing open to provide easy access to seat
- Bottom rack provides footrest for the child
- 5° tilted seat aids in stabilizing low muscle tone children
- Harness secures child to the seat
- Dependable braking system
- 250 lb. weight limit
- Bottom grid designed to hold more product
- Ample cargo basket provides spaces for purchased items, including hooks on the side for hanging bags
- Abductor in the seat helps keep the child upright