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A handle that “snaps” onto the RIC tray and a nonslip rubber surface. The two provide a discreet and cost-effective design for users that have mobility in their legs. Solution:. SecuriTray. Stroke survivors with limited use of one arm presently have difficulty using the RIC cafeteria tray.

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A handle that “snaps” onto the RIC tray and a nonslip rubber surface. The two provide a discreet and cost-effective design for users that have mobility in their legs.

Solution:

SecuriTray

Stroke survivors with limited use of one arm

presently have difficulty using the RIC cafeteria tray.

  • Current RIC solution requires survivors to seek help from the limited number of cafeteria staff
  • Food tends to slip, and drinks spill on the hard plastic trays
  • Survivors have difficulty maintaining the tray’s stability with one arm

Problem:

Rubber handle for comfort and control

Constructed of lightweight aluminum

  • flanged for strength
  • dual-layered design on arms allows for secure grip on tray

Riveted pieces of galvanized steel prevent shape from undesirable deformation

Nonslip neoprene mat prevents food and drinks from slipping

Steel rods with ends coated in Plastidip fit into lip of tray to stabilize tray

Attaching

Detaching

How It Works:

  • Hold handle so rods are aligned with short ends of tray
  • Push down on handle until both rods click into place
  • Lift and go!
  • Remove red rod from underneath the lip of the tray
  • Holding the handle, unhook the black rod
  • Place handle out of the way and enjoy your meal!

Section 11 Team 3

Ankur Bakshi, Jean Chia, Mathew Lowes, Alexander Sheu

Professors Hirsch and Lake