Parenting is hard enough for physically typical moms and dads, but throw in a disability and it gets a bit more complicated. I can only imagine the juggling act that would be required to get my kids ready for the day, much less go on outings together, if I didn't have full mobility of my limbs. These parents are pretty much my new #squadgoals. There are more products on the market now than ever, but we still have a long way to go to give disabled parents the innovation they deserve, and the designers of this wheelchair stroller attachment are committed to doing something about it.
Easy Stroll is a universal connector between a wheelchair and a baby stroller, and its developers are hoping it might fill an important void in the world of disabled parenting, according to an article on Spaulding Rehabilitation's website. Designed, engineered, and produced in Israel by Jonathan Bar-Or, the Easy Stroll is quickly gaining worldwide attention left and right as a hopeful solution for wheelchair-bound parents who desire more independence in parenthood.
I've done a little digging into the phenomenon that's sweeping the wheelchair community and have compiled some answers to the most frequently asked questions about it. If it works as well as it appears, a lot of families' Disney trips just got easier.