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Adapted Eating Utensils Adapted Eating Utensils
Help make feeding and eating easier
Bibs & Clothing Protectors Bibs & Clothing Protectors
Fashionable & functional, large, colorful bibs
Cups, Mugs & Straws Cups, Mugs & Straws
Adapted drinking products help maintain one’s ability to drink independently
Drink & Cup Holders Drink & Cup Holders
Provide additional stability for cups and glasses
Eating Utensil Holders Eating Utensil Holders
Help for those that have trouble holding eating utensils
Non Skid Dinnerware Dishes
Help to keep items from sliding off a table or tray
Assist-A-Tray OverBed Tables
Provides a helpful option when your mobility is limited
Plates, Plate Guards & Bowls Plates, Plate Guards & Bowls
Adapted for the special needs of people with disabilities
Tenura Non Slip Silicone Mats Tenura Non Slip Silicone Mats
Turn smooth surfaces into a non slip surfaces with 100% silicone rubber pads.
Good Weighted Utensils
Weighted Utensils - Silverware, Cutlery, Cups, Plates and Bowls

Caregiver Products to make eating, drinking, swallowing, and dining a little easier.

Feeding and Eating aids including adult bibs, scoop plates, food bumpers, plate guards, weighted utensils, adapted silverware, tableware, cups, mugs and more. Our dining aids help make caring for the disabled or handicapped easier.

Feeding an Alzheimer's patient can be difficult as the disease progresses because their ability to not only feed themselves, but also tell you what they want greatly diminishes. Hand and eye coordination becomes impaired. Cups with lids, and plates that were divided and would suction to the table, spoons and forks that won't flip over and are larger in size are all helpful adapted dining aids. Your loved one can maintain more independence for a longer time by using these forks and spoons. Later you might find it useful, when swallowing becomes difficult to use a feeder that they can sip their meals through.

Click on the links above to shop for eating, feeding, cooking, cutting, opening and dining tools that will allow dining independence.