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--- DO IT YOURSELF --- PURPOSE: To enable an individual with low vision and cerebral palsy to independently carry a lunch tray in a school lunch room. The cart was constructed of PVC pipe and featured a top shelf with a rim for carrying the tray. The cart was equipped with small rubber wheels for mobility and a push bar. Plastic cabinet handles were added to the front and sides of the top shelf to enable the user to lift the cart over bumps and door sills. A second shelf below the tray shelf accommodates the student's books and purse.The shelves were painted different colors for contrast and the cart was marked with the student's name. DIMENSIONS: The tray shelf was 14 x 16 inches, one inch larger than the lunch tray, and the rim was one inch high. The PVC pipe was 1.5 inches in diameter. TITLE: Mobile Cart Moves Student Toward Independence (in Springboard). AUTHOR: Joan Tolla. JOURNAL: RE:view. REF: Vol 35 no 2, Summer 2003: p. 85-87. PAGES (including cover): 4 2003.
Notes: The RE:view Journal is included in the collection of the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC).
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