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Father builds changing table for his son

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2017-01-30 16:45

About the solution

The father needed a table that would keep the boy safe and on the right position.

But because his son is always moving, Dave created a changing table with shoulder straps, using the back of a backpack. He attached it with screws and washer to a triplex concrete plate (80 cm x 60 cmx 1.8 cm) with rounded corners, under which the father placed rubber feet to prevent it from slipping on slippery surfaces.

All this cost him less than 25 euros.

Chao’s school event asked Dave to build another table, which is now being used by other children from at that school.

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Dave, from Belgium, invented a changing table for his son Chao, who has a developmental delay, which means he has to wear dippers.

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