- Ergonomic dining utensils are easy to hold
- Help facilitate independent self-feeding for people with disabilities
- Wide range of options are also useful for the elderly, including those with Parkinson’s Disease and arthritis
- Soft handles are comfortable to hold and non-slip, even when wet
- Stainless steel, non-latex silverware, all pieces are dishwasher safe
Newstead Angled Cutlery
The cutlery has handles made of tough plastic with a flexible molding that adapts to the user’s grip. Rounded shape allows it to fit naturally into your palm and is ideal for people with arthritis, neurological impairments, and other conditions that cause poor grip. The weighted versions help reduce tremors to stop spills, making them a good choice for people with Parkinson's Disease.
Angled for Limited Wrist Movement
The angled cutlery is particularly suited for people with limited wrist or arm movement. The fork and spoon are available in right or left versions. They are set at 40° but may be bent to the angle that best meets your needs. The angled knife can be used for cutting without cocking your wrist.
- Left Handed Fork
- Right Handed Fork
- Left Handed Spoon
- Right Handed Spoon
- Angled Knife
Designed for One Handed Eating
These pieces make one-handed dining easier for people with limited hand movement after a stroke, amputees, and others who need to eat with one hand. The splayed fork combines a fork and spoon into one utensil. The body is rounded to form a spoon while the prongs allow it to be used as a fork. You can even use the flat edge of the utensil as a knife. The nelson knife is a knife with a cutting edge curves ending as a pronged fork. It can be used to cut and pick up your food.
- Splayed Fork
- Nelson Knife