High crib makes communication easier between parent and child.
Bunk bed with play area beneath it.
The child lies at the right height so that the user read stories to him.
The bed is no longer in production
Similar beds are available for purchase at major furniture stores.
A modified rollator walker with extended lower section.
The rollator has been taken apart and welded back together. The front wheels have been moved forward, extended with tubes. The bottom is now a platform on which a basket can be mounted. The rollator became more stable when the bottom was extended and no longer tips forward. An ordinary plastic box is attached to the platform. The plastic box should be 60-70 cm long. The rollator could no longer be folded up after it was modified.
I do not have any plans for the rollator. My father-in-law rebuilt it. We brainstormed to come up with the idea to make it. I bought a second-hand rollator online that was made of iron (does not weld as effectively as aluminum). It is easier to extend the rollator if it is originally designed with a platform; examples of such walkers include: Human Care, Rebel and Human Care, CarlOskar. The rollator I bought was not designed this way, but my father-in-law figured it out anyway.
A modified rollator walker.
Purchased used online.
A soft cradle for a baby to lie on the parent’s lap.
A soft cradle with a firm bottom. The lap cradle is strapped around the legs with a wedge-shaped cushion that tilts the baby inwards on the child parent’s lap. The baby is also strapped into the cradle. The solution is like having a small baby carriage/pram attached to the parent’s lap. According to the manufacturer the cradle is suitable for infants up to about 3 months.
A lap cradle made by Mayday Aid
Can be rented, for example directly from Mayday Aid.