A spoon for people with shaky hands
The video shows the story behind the spoon
What a better way to launch ourselves to the world than to celebrate by doing so at Naidex! From the…
Our first batch of spoons have arrived! It’s quite amazing to finally have the final product in our hands. We’re…
This is a major breakthrough. I can eat Chinese with two portions of rice as well as ice-cream totally independently and with very little spillage. It could increase the independence and choice of many people who have unwanted hand or arm movements, including myself!
Pat (one of our vac cast trial subjects) who has Parkinsons found the spoon quite helpful.
Caroline finds that she is changing clothes a lot less because of the spoon and it’s allowed her to enjoy soup more!
In 18 months, this spoon concept has gone from something only one person would use and had a lid! To…
Before moving to injection molded final product. We still had a few things to worry about such as split lines…
We’re quite proud of the difference the spoon has made to people’s lives. Especially with tomato soup.
My Mum tried out your spoon and found it really useful for finding and keeping soft foods like soup on the spoon. Her hand is quite steady so it’s rather finding what she’s after and keeping it on the spoon that’s her issue as it is with many registered blind people
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