... A quick conversation with his physiotherapist led to a referral to the wheelchair service, where we were given the choice of either a wheelchair or a Maclaren Major, Now at the time we weren't all that keen on the idea of a wheelchair, somehow we still felt that there might be a miracle recovery, ... Read review
squaretrade ap 6 0 raincover rain cover to fit the maclaren major elite special needs ... more
pushchair hood not required for support as is framed the clips need a bit of force to fit or can be warmed with hairdryer to make easier can be folded with cover on but will not fasten shut brand new in packaging raincover for maclaren major elite special needs does not requires the hood as the support as is framed full fitting instructions included all materials are made to en 71 standard and include uv protec
Comfortable ride for the larger special needs child, looks like a "normal" buggy
Not a lot of support, difficult to put up and down
"...either a wheelchair or a Maclaren Major, Now at the time we weren't all that keen on the idea of a wheelchair, somehow we still felt that there might be a miracle recovery, so we went for the Major.
~~~What does it look like?~~~
At first glance the Major looks like an oversize stroller, so much so that we get comments such as “he's a bit big to be in a buggy isn't he?”. It features a sturdy blue frame and the fabric insert is a nice mainly ..."
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"I've had my Maclaren Major for our 4yr old for the last year.
As our son is quite small for his age, I had to get the Lateral Inserts which are £30 and the footmuff as he has arthritis which is £40.
Although this was provided by NHS, all the accessories, canopy, raincover, footmuff, lateral inserts I have had to purchase myself.
I am now looking at purchasing the new raincover which doesn't need the hood but is priced at £40 with P&P, but ..."
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