Often times a stander can be a great way to position a child with disabilities upright to play. A tray can be attached to the stander to provide a surface for playing with toys. The tray can also be removed so that the child can be moved close to participate in other activities like splashing in a water table or digging in the sand at a sand table. You may need to raise the level of the water table by placing it on blocks so that the child can reach the sand or water. Don’t forget stools for siblings and peers so that they can reach the stander tray or water table to play with the child. Compliments of Tots-n-Tech.