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    Lightweight Utensils

    Light Weight Utensils is perfect for individuals with limited hand control or grasp such as arthritis, hand tremors, Parkinson's, or dexterity issues. The built-up plastic handle helps provide more control for those with limited hand mobility.
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    • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe up to 180 degrees
    • Made from high quality stainless steel and attached to a durable black plastic handle
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    Inner Lip Plate- Choose from 5 Colors

    The Inner Lip Plate is an adapted dining plate with an inside lip and extended rim around the entire plate. Users who have difficulty scooping their food will find the raised edge prevents food from sliding off the plate. Choose from 5 Colors: Light Blue, Sandstone, Red, White, Blue

    Clip-On Food Guard

    The Clip-On Food Guard is designed to make scooping food onto forks and spoons easier for people who struggle to eat independently. The plastic plate guard uses three prongs to attach to any plate and a 8" to 10-3/4" (27cm) diameter to create a wall on the end of the plate. Preventing spills and scooping food is especially important for the elderly, disabled, and handicapped. For individuals with weak grip and limited hand function, this food guard can be combined with a thick, rubber-handled utensil to make single-handed eating easier.

    Kennedy Cup and Replacment Lids

    Perfect when sitting or reclining. Easy-to-grip handle can be picked up by those with weak grasp. Lid screws on tightly to prevent spills or leaks.

    Lightweight Foam Handle

    Soft handled utensils have large grips made of closed cell foam which will not absorb moisture. Light weight. Ideal for people with arthritis or tender hands and finger joints. Foam grip slides off for easy cleaning.

    Electric Jar Opener

    Automatic jar opener opens jars of all sizes with the touch of a button. Perfect for anyone with hand weakness, arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome.