Abstract: A tray for a high chair characterized by a base receptacle which attaches to the arms of the high chair, and a lattice member which is supported by the walls of the base receptacle. The lattice member, which is provided with indicia of educational and entertainment value, permits spilled food and drink to collect within the base receptacle rather than upon the eating surface. The lattice may also be optionally provided with a fixed and a removable feeding bowl.
Abstract: A table attachment is provided for attachment to the arms of a chair such as a lawn chair, director's chair, some types of wheelchairs, etc. A typical chair has a pair of arm rests. The invention provides a pair of supports, one for and adapted to be mounted on and to lie lengthwise of each arm rest. A table member is attached to the front ends of the supports by peg and hole devices arranged so that the table may not only be removed from spanning relation to the supports but may be re-mounted (or initially mounted) on but one support, the peg and hole devices being arranged so as to provide for a plurality of positions of the table as respects the supports. Each support is further pivoted to its arm rest on a vertical axis so as to be capable of selective lateral swinging. The parts may be folded for temporary storage within a folding type of lawn chair, for example, without complete disassembly from the chair.
Abstract: A one-hand operable high chair tray release mechanism is provided with a handle that simultaneously releases pegs that secure cuffs located beneath the tray to the arms of a high chair via mating openings in the chair arms and cuffs. The pegs translate horizontally and are spring biased to maintain the tray secured to the arms of the high chair tray.
March 13, 1985
Date of Patent:
April 15, 1986
Gerber Products Company
Robert D. Wise, Robert L. Quinlan, Jr., Charles W. Lauro
Abstract: A household service tray device easily attached and removed from the arm of an article of furniture, by a clamping body securely held on and by the furniture arm. In one form, it provides a rotatable tray which, supported by the clamping body, swivels to provide an over-the-seat position and other positions, including one in which the tray automatically drops to a retracted and out-of-the-way position when not needed for use. In another form, an easily attachable table body provides an over-the-seat surface.
Abstract: Basket is mounted on slides which detachably and adjustably mount the basket on a wheelchair for convenient utilization by a person having strength in only one arm. A tray is detachably positionable within the top of the basket for use as a writing top or the like.
Abstract: Detachably mounted patient serving trays. A pair of laterally extensible handle members are slidably mounted at opposite ends of a base member that provides a support surface for food or other items disposed thereatop. Clamping members specifically designed to releasably engage tubular structures are fixedly secured and depend to each handle member so that preselected tubular portions of a bed, chair, wheelchair, or other bodily support structure may be releasably engaged by such clamping members. The handle members are positionable in an infinite plurality of functional positions of adjustment so that the tray may be used in conjunction with bodily support structures of differing sizes and shapes. The design also permits storage of the tray on the frame of any bodily support structure of tubular construction.
Abstract: A tray for quick and easy installation on an infant seat comprising a tray having an opening therein forming a substantially U-shaped back bar that seats under stop means on the back support of the infant seat, the tray including an upwardly extending enclosure along the forward end and sides.
Abstract: Container accessories are configured for removable securement to mobility aids such as walkers, wheelchairs or the like with tubular frame members. Each accessory includes a framework and panel members supported by the framework to define at least one compartment, the framework being self-supporting. Both the framework and panel members are of strong, lightweight material, e.g., aluminum. Resilient spring clips are carried by the framework at locations thereon for supporting the framework from the frame members of the aid by engaging its tubular frame members. For use with a walker, the accessory is preferably multiply compartmented and engages a cross member of the walker. For use with wheelchairs, frame components of the accessory framework are adjustable and reconfigurable to permit engagement of arm support members of the wheelchair, even though of different possible frame configurations, at the front or at the side of the wheelchair.
Abstract: An accessory-supporting attachment frame is removably coupled to the vertical bracing members which extend downwardly from the front terminus portions of the wheelchair armrests, said bracing members being disposed substantially rearwardly of the front edge of the wheelchair seat. The coupling is of the swing-down type. Stabilizing locators extend downwardly from the frame and engage the bracing members to position the frame horizontally. The frame is disposed below the plane of the armrests and extends from between the chair back and front seat edge and forwardly to beyond said edge. The frame is adapted to receive thereover an accessory, such as a tray, via a connection therebetween which permits support of the accessory on the tray while holding the accessory against horizontal movement.
Abstract: A tray assembly is provided particularly for utilization with a nursing home bed or the like. The tray includes a substantially flat support surface that gently slopes downwardly from the head portion to the foot portion of the tray, with a vertical lip upstanding from the support surface around the entire tray circumference. A pair of U-shaped rods are provided for mounting the tray on supporting rails of varying spacings, clips of flexible material being mounted on cross portions of the U-shaped rods to attach to appropriate rail sections. The bed toe board mounts rail sections that also can receive the tray so that the tray covers the toe board when not in use.
September 18, 1980
Date of Patent:
September 20, 1983
Burlington Industries, Inc.
Joseph A. Koncelik, David B. Chaney, Walter G. Lockard, Kevin J. Reeder, Thomas D. Hontz
Abstract: A wheelchair tray assembly is provided which includes spring biased hook elements to secure a tray to the arms of a wheelchair. The tray is mounted to tray supports which permit movement of the tray perpendicular to the direction of movement of the hook elements. The entire unit when collapsed is substantially the same size as a conventional cafeteria tray.
Abstract: A children's highchair equipped with a removable play and food tray that is readily attachable and detachable from the chair. At forward arm sections of the chair a bar extending between the arm supports fits into a recess on a rearward edge of the tray. The bar serves as a forward child restraint, with or without the tray in place. Shafts extend rearward from the tray, and projections on the shaft fit into aligning holes in the highchair sides to forms, with the holes, locking means attaching the tray to the chair. The tray is pivotal about the bar that secures it in place at the forward end of the arm support sections and the projections on the shafts have latching bosses on their ends that latch about the inside edges of the cooperating holes when slight downward pressure is applied on the play and food surface of the tray.
Abstract: A table clamp for removably attaching a table or the like to a wheel chair has vertically positioned hollow body members that engage legs on the table, movable inverted L-shaped members having opposed tabs for engagement against the chair frame are pivoted to the hollow body members.
Abstract: A mounting device of the described type may be viewed as being somewhat similar to a camera tripod, for example. Four extendible legs are adapted to be secured to the arms of a wheelchair. Two of the legs terminate in flat pad mounts which may be attached to and rest upon the upper broad and flat surfaces of wheelchair arms. The other two legs include interchangeable ends, some of which may also include flat pad mounts to be attached to the flat surfaces of such arms, and others of which may include spring-clips that may be snapped over or clamped around a bar with a circular cross section. The flat pads are preferably held in place by straps using "Velcro" hook and loop fasteners. The spring-clips are primarily devices which may be pushed into place around a circumference of a circular pipe. Optionally, a wing nut may supplement the circular clamps to more securely hold them in place.
Abstract: A disposable high chair apron used to cover and enlarge a high chair eating tray. The periphery of the apron is provided with a deep trough which is used to catch any food or other spillage. A suitable connection behind the seat of the high chair secures the apron to the chair.
Abstract: A universal hospital chair comprising a first angular support frame with multiply apertured vertical sections; a second support frame, including a U-shaped vertical insert means having apertures aligning with those of the first support frame for assembly therewith to form a stand, a seat with rails terminating in ratchet receiving means, mountable adjustably within the apertured vertical sections of the assembled support frames; a back portion terminating in ratchet means adjustably mountable within said ratchet receiving means; a horizontal frame, with stand attachable to the seat portion; a toilet seat with insertable bowl optionally mountable within the apertured vertical sections of the assembled support frames; optional extensible leg rests, mountable to the seat portion; a table adjustably mountable within the apertures of the first support frame; the assembled support frames terminate in castors, respectively wheels, and upholstery means covering parts of the chair.
Abstract: A safety table for use by an infant or child sitting on a seat support comprises a panel-like top having upper and lower surfaces and made from a resilient material. A plurality of legs depend from the lower surface of the panel-like top and are also made from a resilient material. Fastening means are provided for each of the legs for removably securing the corresponding leg to the lower surface of the panel-like top. With such a construction the legs when assembled elevate the panel-like top above the seat support to permit the legs of the infant or child to extend under the panel-like top. The resilient material utilized to form the safety table is firm yet soft and provides a resilient cushion in the event the child should strike or hit the panel-like top or legs thereby preventing serious injury.
Abstract: A rugged rolling high chair for commercial duty, as in restaurants and cafeterias, in which preformed rigid tubular members are interconnected relative to a one piece molded seat member to obtain a stable assembly. An upper frame member is in the form of a closed loop having a front part, spaced side parts, and a forwardly tilting rear part, the rear part supportingly contacting the backrest of the molded seat and the side parts supportingly contacting the sides of the seat. Each of a unitary pair of leg members have front and rear legs connected by a top transverse portion which also supportingly contacts the sides of the molded seat. A cross brace spans aligned front legs of the unitary leg member and supportingly contacts the bottom of the one piece molded seat. A rigid crotch bar is joined to the cross brace and the front part of the upper frame member.
Abstract: Tray for wheel chairs or the like is supported by cantilever suspension, on knobs of which those on one side are movable by one-handed manipulation in a direction away from the attached ends of said knobs, to permit easy installation on, and removal from, said chair.
Abstract: A table assembly for mounting and demounting to frame members of a wheelchair, said assembly having a table member with open ended locking slots to engage tubular leg and frame members; and elongated braces on the underside of the table member which can be lowered to engage tubular horizontal frame members on the wheelchair. The table member is provided with mounting means and an easel assembly which can be pivoted to selectively fixed positions. The table member is also provided with three upright walls and openable and closable leaves so the working surface can be extended when open, and the assembly can be carried as a box when closed.
Abstract: A chair is rotatable and rockable, has an adjustable headrest and arm and leg rests selectively pivotable into use positions, and is carried for forward and backwards movement upon a baseplate attached at a forward end thereof to a work station fixture such as a desk or work table. The chair has an undercarriage with two rollers and a guide bar forming a "T." The base T is guided in longitudinal movement by a guide tube with which the guide bar is telescopic and by raised longitudinal edges along the base plate cooperating with the rollers of the undercarriage.
Abstract: A seat construction for a baby swing is disclosed having a flexible fabric seat and back supported by a wire frame, a molded synthetic plastic tray being provided in front of the flexible seat and which has the wire frame engaged therewith, the frame and tray being constructed to facilitate assembly and folding for storage, the seat construction being supported from a swing frame by rods at the front extending through the tray and engaged with the frame and at the back by hooked supports engaging the frame at upper corners thereof.
Abstract: The desk is constructed for ease and convenience in positioning and use by handicapped persons who are confined to wheel chairs. It includes a relatively small base and a vertical panel extending across the base and rigidly secured thereto. Vertically extending retaining means are provided on one or both sides of the panel and a work table is removably secured to the retaining means at a selected level to accommodate varying sizes of wheel chairs. The table is considerably longer than wide, and a first narrow end is secured to the panel. The second, free end is provided with a recess in its central portion to receive the torso of the user and to define a pair of arm rests for working convenience. There are no obstructions beneath the table and its extra length provides room for a patient with a full leg cast.
Abstract: This device which is used in pairs, consists of a main body portion having flange means for securing by fasteners, a piece of plywood, the pair of devices being releasably secured to the wheelchair by spring-loaded lever means pivotably carried at one end, between a pair of spaced apart and extending lugs of the main body of the device.