Whether you’re a parent, a grandparent, a child care provider or somewhere in between we can all relate to what I like to call the High Chair Hurricane. At first it’s cute when they first learn to pick up a Cheerio and throw it at you, and then suddenly it’s not so cute any more when you place your little one into their high chair, start to put their food on the tray, turn your back for one teeny, tiny second and yep-the hurricane has hit and now everything is all over the floor with your child giggling with delight. Sound familiar? Well now there’s something so ingenuous you automatically wonder why didn’t someone think of this sooner but now thanks to parents just like ourselves, out of these same frustrations Tray Haven was born.
So just what is Tray Haven? Quite simply Tray Haven gives parents a break from picking things up off the floor and creates a comfortable environment where items remain within reach. Thanks to a protective wing that envelops almost any tray, items stay put and nothing falls away.
Designed in several models, there is Tray Haven Pink and Blue and then Tray Haven Aqua, which is made with heavier materials than the blue and pink versions and is suitable for more frequent in such locations as hospitals, special needs facilities and even nursing homes. The only limits that your Tray Haven has is your imagination and application because in the end, it’s all up to you of how it best fits in with your needs and lifestyle.
All Tray Haven products – Aqua, Blue and Pink – will fit around wheelchairs and adaptive chairs with trays, as well as highchairs, booster seats and strollers with trays and seat backs
But my favorite part, other than no more mess on the floor is that when you buy a Tray Haven you are giving back. Jeff and Valerie, the creators of Tray Haven are the parents of an autistic child and with that in mind it was important to them to be able to give back They recognized that many special needs children, and adults with motor control difficulties, can become frustrated when they unintentionally knock objects off their adaptive trays. With that in mind, they designed the Tray Haven with longer straps to be able to fit larger chairs and trays. The family has continued to be very involved in education for children in the autism spectrum and autism research, and with this as their guiding force, Amigoware, Inc. the makers of Tray Haven will be donating at least 5% of our profits to The Nexus School, The Autism Research Institute and other autism related charities.
Now your dining experience can go from positively manic to perfectly peaceful, thanks to Tray Haven. Stop the High Chair Hurricane and order a Tray Haven or two or three today or better yet, buy one for a friend. They’ll be thanking you for the best gift they every received.
Disclosure: We were given a Tray Haven for the purposes of this review but the thoughts and opinions expressed here are 100% are own.