People with advanced Alzheimer's disease eat and drink more when they're served with brightly colored plates, cups, and silverware, according to Massachusetts researchers.
The Red products show the contrast between the table allowing the user to more easily recognize what they are eating. In addition, each product also facilitates eating for individuals with decreased motor skills
When you suffer from tremors, arthritis, low grip strength or even Parkinsonâ€™s Disease, it can be a challenge to even enjoy a simple meal. That's why we created a smarter, more effective solution for helping those with adaptive needs
DESIGNED FOR USERS WITH ALZHEIMERS AND DEMENTIA - Studies have shown that red dinnerware increases eating for individuals with alzheimers and dementia, and will also benefit users with decreased motor skills
ERGONOMIC ADAPTIVE DESIGN FOR A STEADY, EASY GRIP â€“ This set of adaptive kitchen utensils for adults are wider with a non-weighted design to support those with hand tremors, Parkinsonâ€™s, or arthritis
BUILT UP SUPER GRIP â€“ Each of our non-weighted adaptive utensils features a wider ribbed handle with raised, textured grips to improve dexterity and control.
BENDABLE INNOVATIVE DESIGN - The forks and spoons have a special twist built into the metal shaft that allows them to be twisted to any angle, for either left or right-handed use
PREMIUM QUALITY - Stainless-Steel Durability â€“ Along with a food-grade safe silicone handle, each kitchen fork, spoon and knife is made with dishwasher safe stainless steel.