Changing tables are similar to cribs in that they can be difficult to use for some individuals based on a variety of features including height, space, storage/layout, changing pad, and straps with buckles to keep baby safe. Below you’ll see changing tables on the market as well as ways to customize your own to make the tasks of parenting easier.
Unique space saving shape with additional storage solutions. This changing table is a more expensive option compared to other brands.
DIY option to convert a desk into a changing table. Open area underneath provides space to sit and complete tasks. Drawers provide storage for supplies.
This product provides an option for securing a baby on the changing table. The velcro closure makes it easy to manipulate.
Customized crib and changing table is raised to help reduce back pain. Also helpful for individuals that use a wheelchair to easily roll under the furniture to perform parenting tasks.
This DIY option has easy to manipulate latches with a circular loop.
Contoured changing pad that can rest on any surface. Includes a strap with a buckle to secure baby.
Unique program providing new parents with baby supplies in a box that can double as a co-sleepr and changing mat.
Wall mounted changing table that can be placed at any height for your specific needs.
Helpful for those who have decreased hand function and balance when when holding the baby. This is a blanket with integrated handles and head support easily moves baby from one location to another.
Consumer reports lists a variety of considerations for purchasing a crib; 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 another example that works well for you.
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