The night table is made of a round wooden board that sits on an arm that has a holder on the bed frame. Power cords go along the arm. The table swivels. It has an elastic band so that the user can pull the table toward him.
The table is an all-in-one table, with room for a speaker phone that can be lit with a the flashlight (during power outages), a voice-controlled mobile phone, entrance telephone, radio, reading light, combined reading and snack table, medicine container, remote control for radio and TV and coffeemaker.
The user feels most disabled and most dependent on others when in bed. The night table is always in place and helps him stay in touch with and have some control over his world.
Assistive device technician Erling Mikaelsson
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