i got a baby jogger citi mini for my dd4, aparently it does a child up to five( must be a small five though).its fab, so easy to push, front wheels (close together so it looks like a three wheeler)can lock too! i got mine for £150 , raincover is extra at £19.99.
Hiya - Might be worth considering something rear facing, reduces anxiety levels and promotes calm and communication. My son is not autistic but I noticed a definate change in him when I bought a rear facer.
I use a mountain buggy xl all terrain, I got vouchers from wheelchair services, and got a mine vat-free which also saved a bit. If yudc sees a physiotherapist or ot, you should be-able to get a referral to wheelchair services for assessment, or a health-visitor can also make referral for you. My 3.11 year old loves his mountain buggy, and it is very easy to push.
I used a normal buggy for my NT 4 year old. He complained if he had to walk even a small distance so it made it easier on the school run to skip the tantrums. He fit into the Phil & Teds and the MacLaren no problem. Would your child fit into a normal secondhand buggy for now?
Hi I have a normal pushchair and it's so tight are the straps they are marking her,it seems to be the height is ok it's the seat depth that I need deeper and she drags her feet to stop me from moving in a direction she doesn't like or just when she's not happy she is a big girl for her age