This pdf handbook, published by the state of Idaho, covers the importance of assistive technology (AT) for parents with disabilities, relevant legislation, research statistics, and guidelines for selecting assistive technology for parenting with disabilities. The handbook contains possible areas of need for parents with physical, cognitive, and sensory disabilities. Computer access and independence, universal design for learning, and electronic information are included in this guide. The handbook concludes with assistive technology resources for disabled parents.
In this pdf article, off-the-shelf products for parents with disabilities are discussed. Written in 1997, it is now dated, but still contains some useful ideas and strategies to approach adaptive parenting related products.
In this British blog, you will find reviews of several products that are useful to disabled parents and ideas for parenting “with accessibility for a disabled parent in mind.” Many of the concerns of parents with physical disabilities are included – teaching a child to walk or ride a bike, along with bathing and diapering.
Check out this Pinterest page full of ideas for disabled parents (applies to dads too!). Everything is on here from carseats to strollers to ebooks to slings!
Tiffiny Carlson, the SCI Life columnist for New Mobility magazine, lists several adaptive products for use and commercially available to disabled parents.