A three-wheeled walker was used instead of the trolley. Two trays were made of white Melamine chip board. These were screwed to holes drilled in the frame of the walker. The walker can no longer be folded, and the width was reduced to 600mm to enable doors to be easily negotiated. The hand-brake cables were re-positioned to go round the outside of the top tray.
The client can now take his meals from the kitchen to the dining room.