Adaptive Eating Utensils are designed to assist individuals who experience difficulty feeding themselves with standard cutlery.
Often used by people with disabilities such as arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, physical disabilities, poor fine-motor skills, post-stroke recovery, or grasping difficulties. Adaptive eating utensils can be larger, bendable or weighted, have angled or foam handles to enhance grips or clips and straps that slip over the hand.
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- Ergonomically designed, angled handles provide good balance and make tools comfortable to grip without putting a strain on muscles and joints
- The blade is stainless steel with small serrations measuring 4 1/2" long
- The fork or two pronged tip is helpful for spearing items