DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/1998) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The CarryOut Tray is designed for use by individuals with walkers. It attaches to Guardian walkers and helps to carry objects (food, drinks, etc.) from one room to another.
The Easy Caddy, model 14A108A, is a carrying tray and cup holder designed for use by individuals who use walkers. This tray clips in place on most folding wheeled walkers. It features a large compartment and a smaller shallower section.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Tray for walker. Measures 9.5 by 21.5 inches. High impact plastic with stainless steel clips for attachment to walker. Rests on tubing below walker handles.
The Merry Walker Serenity Trays are wooden trays for walkers designed to provide activity for individuals with dementia and other cognitive or neurological disabilities. All models feature implements or devices securely fastened to the tray.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/2006) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The SwingAlong Walker Caddy is a tray for a walker designed to enable individuals with mobility disabilities to carry food, beverages, and personal items.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Folding tray for walker. Attaches to front of any walker having a tray level width of 17.75 to 18.5 inches. Does not interfere with normal walker operation.
The Walk-A-Tray, model 101, is a tray for a walker designed to allow people who use walkers to carry food and other items. The tray snaps on and off most walkers up to 18.5 inches wide and features a special slot to hold cups steady.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Adjustable width tray for walkers, snaps across the front of the walker, adjustable from 19 to 20 inches. Fits fixed and folding walkers. Walker folds with tray on.
The Walker Basket, model A772-1, is a wire basket for walkers designed to increase the functionality of walkers and the independence of individuals by providing users a means to transport light objects.
CUSTOM ADAPTATIONPURPOSE: To enable an individual who uses a reverse walker to transport such items as food on a plate or liquids. The individual needs to be able to keep both hands on the walker while transporting items.