R82 Swan Curo

Ensuring great comfort and easy caregiving!

Meet Olivia

We had the pleasure of meeting 6-year-old Olivia and her parents, Morten and Wei in their cosy and accessible home to allow her to try the R82 Swan Curo for the first time.


Olivia was born in 2015 in Tianjin, China, where her she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. She has been classified using the Gross Motor Function Classification System as level V.  
Olivia participates in simple adapted activities using her hands by pushing a button and occasionally holding objects, equivalent to Manual Ability Classification System Level V. Olivia communicates using sounds, gestures, and facial expressions. Morten and Wei use manual signs to reinforce their speech to enhance Olivia’s ability to understand them. During our visit, Wei showed Olivia pictures with communication symbols of the R82 Swan Curo and the new booklet that introduces children to potty training using the R82 Swan Curo. 

Hygge and well-ness

In Denmark we love "Hygge". Hygge is a sense of contentment and well-being, creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the small and good things in life. And the good thing about hygge is, that you can apply it to any situation! And what goes more hand in hand with hygge than self-care and wellness?

The Swan Curo not only allowed Olivia to be involved in daily recurring activities, but also allowed her to participate in cozy wellness activities. When Morten prepared a foot bath for his daughter while she was watching Swan Lake, her favourite ballet, you could sense the feeling of hygge. Olivia seemed so relaxed and enjoyed the time with her father.   

The Swan Curo is therefore also ideal for wellness activities such as having a foot bath, a manicure or hair dressing, and thereby promoting a sense of contentment and quality of life.