Called the “Cursum,” Cindy Sjöblom designed a stroller specifically made for parents in wheelchairs, and it has dozens of design features that are oh-so helpful.
To give you a basic rundown, the stroller is essentially different because of the noticeable height difference in this design. Instead of a stroller being too low, this one is at the perfect height for someone sitting in a wheelchair. And then the stroller also has smaller wheels, and an overall smaller wheelbase, that makes it perfect to snuggle right in the front of your wheelchair.
But it does more than snuggle. It actually locks to the front of your wheelchair so you can make sure you have a definite “grip,” which you know, is kind of important when you have a baby. There is also a cute storage space underneath the seat (at about knee height; perfect).
It also has a perfectly placed handle-bar for pushing, buttons to adjust the handle, buttons to adjust the height of the seat, buttons to adjust the stroller to the wheelchair and a button to fold it too.