Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils - Discontinued
Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils

Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils - Discontinued

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Lightweight adapted eating utensils with contoured, easy to hold handles.

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ADL Essentials
  • Ideal for persons with decreased hand and wrist range of motion.
  • Lightweight stainless steel utensils.
  • Built up plastic curved handles are easy to hold.
  • Vertical grip rocker knife for one handed cutting.

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The Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils are lightweight stainless steel utensils with built up plastic curved handles that fit comfortably in the hand. These adapted eating utensils are ideal for persons with decreased hand and wrist range of motion.

Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils feature spoon bowls and fork heads that are larger than standard utensils. The fork and spoon have curved tapers handles that measure 4 ½ inches in length and tapers from ½ inch wide to 1 ¼ inches wide. The right angle utensil is designed to be held in the right hand, left angle utensil for the left hand. Large shallow spoon bowl measures 2 inches long, 1 3/4 inches wide.

The Amefa Rocker Knife handle is straight and measures 4 inches in length, 1 inch wide, 1/2 inch high. The 4 inch lon, 1 inch wide blade has a serrated edge. This vertical grip adapted knife is ideal for cutting foods using one hand.

Caregivers will find the Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils are helpful for people who have difficulty holding standard dining utensils. These stainless steel adapted eating utensils with textured handles are dishwasher safe.

Amefa Curved Built Up Handle Utensils Specifications:

  • Spoon and Fork Handle Length: 4 1/2 inches.
  • Spoon and Fork Handle Width: tapers from 1/2 inch wide to 1 1/4 inches wide.
  • Rocker Knife Handle Length: 4 inches.
  • Rocker Knife Handle Width: 1 inch wide, 1/2 inch high.
Ameba utensils
I purchased the knife, fork and spoon for my husband who has Alzheimer disease and Parkinsons. Their shape is ideal, but the utensil heads could be a little smaller for his comfort and use.
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Reviewed by:  from Columbus, OH. on 2/9/2015
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Care giver
My father-in-law has Parkinson's and his hands shake so bad that he was getting to the point that he couldn't feed himself. I had heard about your flatware and I was a little skeptical, but anything is worth trying. IT WAS GREAT!!!! Dad can feed himself again and he feels a little more independent. I want to Thank You so much, dad's eating again, this flatware is great!!!
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Reviewed by:  from Oxnard, Ca. on 3/19/2013
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Left handed utensils
Thses left hadled utensils are a favorite with my clients who have MS. Left handed utensils are not always easy to find, and these seem to be just about right; the grip, the angle, the sturdy scooping/forking part. They wash well in very hot, industrial dishwashers too.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Rochester NY. on 8/26/2013
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