The client lives alone in a bungalow and is having problems getting her meals from the kitchen to the lounge. The OT and client had tried a smaller metal tray and was asking for handles to be fitted to the tray.
A soulution to the recurring demand to mount equipment to wheelchairs including Wanzil trend babyy carrier, YEPP child bike seat and a solution for non-child carrying purposes using an offset socket which can be useful for other devices (for example a tray).
The client required a light weight tray for her wheelchair for use when out and about.
A deeper lap table means it can safely be used with a laptop computer.
The client eats seated in her recliner chair and requires a special over-chair table that accommodates her sitting position which in effect raises her stomach up. Standard tables have been found not to work. A table was made to exactly fit the dimensions of the client’s chair (not that in the picture) with a cut-out […]
The Client was a young lady in her mid thirties who had moved into an apartment with assisted living approximately one year earlier. She has M.S. and has limited leg length and up until that time had been cared for at home by her parents. She had great difficulty in carrying food, plates and mugs […]
Client playing with her toys MDF sheet with tethers. The client is a young girl who inadvertently loses her toys from the tray of her chair, which then need to be retrieved by her carers. A sheet of 10mm MDF was shaped to fit neatly inside the fiddle around her chair tray. The sheet […]
The children, who all suffer from Cerebral Palsy, have special high chairs, with a large tray mounted on the front. The tray is used for various purposes, including the use of a simple keyboard for interactive use of a computer. Each tray needs to be adapted to the needs of the individual child. A cut-out […]
Chloe is 8 years old and has cerebral palsy. To teach her communication skills her school required a means of positioning a 4-way switch plate onto her wheelchair. The switches were connected to a suitable box of “electronics” provided by the school. The tray supplied by the local “wheelchair services” was unsuitable for use, it […]
The 50 year old client was born with severe disabilities. She spends much of her life in her electric wheelchair but is extremely active. She required a table or tray for her chair which was easy to attach and could be stowed behind the chair when not required. Special fittings were made to achieve her […]
Alec’s problem was that his arm would involuntarily fly up forcibly and endanger anyone who was standing nearby. As he was a student, with others invariably around, this was quite a problem. A larger version of a standard chair tray was made that would allow his arm to be held down with Velcro straps that […]
The client, an amputee and having had a stroke, required a tray for reading his paper and the facility to transport a mug of tea from kitchen to lounge. The tray had to be removable. A bracket was made coming from base of chair to accommodate hinging action of tray, with separate mug carrier. The […]
A keen bird watcher, needed a writing surface, which did not restrict visibility when using the wheelchair, and a binocular support for her wheelchair. An adapter was fitted to the arm of the chair enabling a clear acrylic table to be lowered into place and rotated. Optionally, the binocular support clamps within a tube in […]
The parents of a hyperactive boy who wouldn’t sit at the table on a chair and had a habit of throwing plates asked for our help. They were going on holiday abroad with him for the first time and were very apprehensive about mealtimes. As he had a new wheelchair into which he could be […]
This lady has cerebral palsy and needs a detachable tray mounted on her wheelchair. As this lady is prone to violent spasms in her limbs the tray needed to be strong and at the same time provide a soft protection to prevent bruising herself. A rectangular tray support frame was constructed to fit the wheelchair. […]
The client, who has multiple sclerosis, needed a tray to hold his laptop for use when he is in either his reclining armchair or his wheelchair. A tabletop was made and bolted to the horizontal arm of an L-shaped frame, cantilevered out from a support pillar over which the vertical arm of the frame slides […]