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The Child Carrier is a child transport chair designed to enable a wheelchair user to carry a child on the wheelchair, to be close to the child, and keep the child occupied. The device consists of a standard child's swing seat mounted on a 3/4-inch copper plumbing pipe. A wire frame for a sun awning is mounted on the top of the frame. The unit mounts into the wheelchair arm rests. PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT: Designed by John Duffus for wheelchair users who have difficulty holding a child or moving about while holding a child. This device was developed to place the baby close to the adult for care and attention. DIMENSIONS: 13 x 24 inches.

Notes: Tetra is a voluntary organization which links persons with disabilities, technical volunteers, professional engineers, technicians, and tradesmen. Persons interested in having this device made for them should contact Tetra.

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This product record was updated on August 11, 2003.

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Tetra Society of North America

The purpose of Tetra is to recruit skilled volunteer engineers and technicians to create assistive devices for people with disabilities. Volunteer engineers, design technicians, and health professionals work one to one with their clients to make assistive aids or modifications to their environments.

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Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3J9
Telephone: 877-688-8762 or 604-688-6464.
Fax: 604-688-6463.

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