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Eating and Drinking

Adaptive drinking and eating aids are dining aids that are designed to give more independence to people living with disabilities. They include types of equipment and utensils such as plates, spoons, forks, knives, dishes and cups. These aids can assist someone who may have difficulty eating food or drinking liquids due to limited dexterity or coordination, meaning that mealtime can often provide challenges.

Many people living with disabilities or recovering from certain types of illnesses or injuries may experience challenges when eating or drinking. When an individual is able to do these activities independently, by using eating equipment and drinking tools that have been adapted to fit their needs, they gain extra confidence and an improved sense of wellbeing.

There is a large range of eating equipment and drinking aids in our online store for someone living with conditions such as arthritis, visual impairment, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease or various other conditions that may result in an individual having reduced strength or control in their arms, hands or mouth.
• Drinking aids – devices are available to assist both children and adults, including the elderly with drinking. Whether it’s a cup or a set of mugs you are after, or if you want less spillage when drinking, there are plenty of options available to assist people, which will give people extra confidence and independence.
• Adaptive bowls and plates – these will make dining easier, especially for users with limited hand movement. Choose from a range of options such as a plate that has plate guards attached or various items with adaptations to the handles or lids that might make feeding or eating at the table easier.

These products allow people to eat with dignity and independence.

If spillage is an issue, our online store also has a range of adult bibs to choose from.

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Adaptive drinking and eating aids are dining aids that are designed to give more independence to people living with disabilities. They include types of equipment and utensils such as plates, spoons, forks, knives, dishes and cups. These aids can assist someone who may have difficulty eating food or drinking liquids due to limited dexterity or coordination, meaning that mealtime can often provide challenges.

Many people living with disabilities or recovering from certain types of illnesses or injuries may experience challenges when eating or drinking. When an individual is able to do these activities independently, by using eating equipment and drinking tools that have been adapted to fit their needs, they gain extra confidence and an improved sense of wellbeing.

There is a large range of eating equipment and drinking aids in our online store for someone living with conditions such as arthritis, visual impairment, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease or various other conditions that may result in an individual having reduced strength or control in their arms, hands or mouth.
• Drinking aids – devices are available to assist both children and adults, including the elderly with drinking. Whether it’s a cup or a set of mugs you are after, or if you want less spillage when drinking, there are plenty of options available to assist people, which will give people extra confidence and independence.
• Adaptive bowls and plates – these will make dining easier, especially for users with limited hand movement. Choose from a range of options such as a plate that has plate guards attached or various items with adaptations to the handles or lids that might make feeding or eating at the table easier.

These products allow people to eat with dignity and independence.

If spillage is an issue, our online store also has a range of adult bibs to choose from.

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