Frustrated Mom Invents Special Shopping Cart For Daughter With Special Needs

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A frustrated mother put her discouraged feelings to good use when she noticed her grocery store didn't have a shopping cart to fit her seven-year-old daughter with special needs. Drew Ann Long drew up a concept on a napkin, found a manufacturer and was able to create a product to help families like hers shop easier. Caroline's Carts, named after her daughter, hold up to 250 pounds and are now in stores around the world.