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BabyBjörn highchair. Photo from mammapappalam.se
BabyBjörn highchair. Photo from mammapappalam.se

BabyBjörn highchair, tray lowered. Photo from mammapappalam.se
BabyBjörn highchair, tray lowered. Photo from mammapappalam.se

BabyBjörn highchair, tray lowered. Photo from mammapappalam.se
BabyBjörn highchair, tray lowered. Photo from mammapappalam.se

BabyBjörn highchair Photo from www.babybjorn.se
BabyBjörn highchair Photo from www.babybjorn.se

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Babybjörn Highchair

The tray on this highchair can be folded out of the way. The parent can then lift the child from the side and does not have to lift straight up.

Description
The tray can be folded out of the way on the BabyBjörn highchair. The parent who uses a wheelchair can then “push” the child into the highchair from the side and avoid the relatively heavy lifting straight up that is often required when using other highchairs.

Model: BabyBjörn highchair

Authors comments
This highchair is fabulous for me and well worth the price. However, meddlesome relatives have to leave the locking mechanism on the tray alone. They’ve almost worn out the button because they don’t really understand how it works. I think it could be a bit tricky for people with impaired hand function.

Manufacturer
BabyBjörn, www.babybjorn.se (last checked February 2018)

Purchased from
Baby store

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Editors comments
The tip comes from mammapappalam.se

Tip is dated from 2016

Categories for this tip
assisting others/childcare » baby chairs, Tips and tricks from people with Low paraplegia (Th11- S1, ASIA A, B).

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