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Adjustable baby changing table and book shelf
This disabled parent lives in NYC where space is tight. She installed an adjustable activity center shelf wall for a baby changing station, storage and book shelf. The table is low enough for her wheelchair to roll under and safely change her daughter’s diapers and clothes. She also has her sit on the table while she brushes and does her hair. Once her daughter doesn’t need the changing table anymore, she can adjust the table down lower to make an activity table. And then adjust it higher later when the daughter gets older and she needs a desk.
Toy free zone for blind mother
This mother has no peripheral vision due to retinitis pigmentosa and constantly trips over baby toys. So, she uses this long rug as a ‘no toy zone’ so she never has to look down there and always know it’s safe.
Transporting baby around house as a parent with a disability
Mother with Holt-Oram took a Dexbaby DayDreamer Infant Sleeper Seat and put it on top of a furniture moving dolly with wheels on the bottom, added wood pieces to the sides of the dolly (so the seat wouldn’t slide off) and attached a dog leash (with a loop for her hand) to the dolly so she could pull it. This is how she transported her daughter around the house when she was little.
Mother using her mouth to spoon feed baby
This mother couldn’t spoon feed with her hands, so, she created foam spoons. She could hold the spoon in her mouth and feed her baby independently.