High Chairs/Booster Seats

There are multiple considerations when selecting a high chair and/or booster seat. Adjustable features such as recline, height, chest harness, tray position, and foot rest can make it easier to meet the needs for both the baby and caregiver. However, an individual that has decreased abilities in balance, trunk control, and manipulation may find some of these features difficult to use. Individuals may need to consider their own abilities to problem solve techniques in manipulating push buttons, buckles/chest harnesses,  levers, and wheel locks, as well as transferring the child in/out of the high chair/booster seat. We recommend that you visit retail stores to test products before purchasing.


Peg Perego Siesta Highchair

Converts for multiple ages and provides a wide variety of features such as recline, adjustability in height, wheels, and can fold compactly for storage.

phil&teds Poppy Highchair

Multi-functional design that converts with age and from high chair to stand alone seat. Wide tray reduces food spillage and keeps baby secure.


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Consumer reports lists a variety of considerations for purchasing a high chair/booster seat; however, we suggest that you consider your own needs and abilities to determine what’s best for you. Hopefully some of theses suggestions are examples from which you can build upon. Contact us if you have found other examples that work well for you.

Curious about our process and how we analyzed each product? Learn more here.