When using the Chair Caddie CCA...
- the need for the person to awkwardly twist and step backwards in order to get seated is eliminated. The person remains standing, supported by their walker or another caregiver until the chair is safely positioned ”behind” them.
- with the chair in position, the spouse/caregiver is able to safely provide assistance as the person gets seated in the chair.
- the fear of bumping into the table is eliminated as the person being assisted stands away from the table until they are comfortably seated.
- persons being seated are more at ease knowing the chair arms provide support as they are gently guided to the table.
Mealtimes are EASIER, SAFER and more ENJOYABLE as loved ones experience an increased sense of dignity and self worth.
"My wife and I are both Senior Citizens provide care for our adult son. He requires assistance away-from a table. This was a back breaking job at the best of times. Since we have had our chair retrofitted with the Caddie it has made our life 100% simpler and physically much easier when dealing with his seizures. We are very satisfied (especially our backs) with the caddie"
Bill C. Florida
The "Chair Caddie CCA" is designed to custom size to most existing chairs. It consists of four platform surfaces onto which the legs of a chairs are attached.
- The low profile design of the Caddie raises the chair less than ¾” from the floor.
- The entire Caddie fits inside the footprint of the chair eliminating any tripping hazard.
- 2 fixed front casters (3” diameter) and 2 lockable rear casters (2”diameter) providing plenty of surface area for use on most floor surfaces.
The Chair Caddie-CCB
Fits: Chairs 14”-23” wide (front of chair)
Casters: Front - In-line; Rear - Swivel, Lockable
Chair Caddie for Hospitality
The chair/CADDIE provides a safe and reliable means for restaurant staff to assist guests (seniors) get seated up-to the table. When attached to the base of an existing dining chairs, the chair/CADDIE eliminates the need for staff to push/pull/shove/twist when assisting a guest get seated at the table. The caddie fits neatly underneath a chair and does not pose a tripping hazard to staff and guests.
Guests readily engage in table conversation when they are seated and not just “propped” on a walker/rollator.