Functional Analysis:

  • Material
  • Easy to wipe down.
  • Shape
  • No crevices for food to get stuck.
  • Ergonomic design of chair promotes postural support and optimal seating to increase self-feeding skills.
  • Chest Harness/Buckle
  • Adjustable buckles and clasp requiring someone to use fingers to pinch.
  • Tray
  • Top tray is dishwasher safe.
  • Flips down and remains attached to the chair. This can provide extra space for the individual to pick up child. This feature is unique compared to other chairs because the individual does not have to remove tray, place it on another surface, and care for child at the same time.
  • Does require individuals to pick baby up out of chair over flipped down tray.
  • Knob
  • Flips down the tray requires a twisting motion to operate. Could be difficult for individuals with decreased hand function.
  • Push Button
  • Adjusts tray distance from child’s body (adaptive tool and time to problem solve could be useful).
  • Button and Switch
  • Folds and locks tray. Requires an individual to push and flip a switch.
  • Tabs
  • Located on both sides of the tray, requires individuals to use two hands to pull up to remove the tray top.
  • Size
  • Folds easily.
  • Lightweight.
  • Simple to operate.
  • Height
  • Can provide the appropriate support for individuals to transfer their child in and out of the high chair from a seated position.
  • Other Considerations
  • Transitional chair from 6 months to 3 years or once child reaches 38 inches.
  • Assembling the chair could be difficult if an individual has limited hand function or trunk control having to bend down to pick up the legs to insert them in the chair; however, they clip in easily which could be doable with minimal effort.
  • No wheels.

Worth Noting:

Simple and compact design. The tray stays attached and flips down to make room for moving child in/out of the chair.

White all in one seat with tray that flips down and does not remove. No wheels.