Stylish Cutlery For Shaky Hands
This set of stylish cutlery for shaky hands looks both beautiful and conventional. More often than not assistive cutlery looks unattractive, very much a “disabled aid”. This collection certainly wouldn’t look out of place on any restaurant table.
Straightaway these caught my eye and I knew I had to share them. This attractive set of utensils is purposely designed for people who have shaky hands caused by Parkinson’s disease, arthritis or simply tremors. They offer a comfortable grip and are weighted for stability.
Weighted for Independence
This set of cutlery for shaky hands has been beautifully crafted from stainless steel. It has been designed to help reduce the shakes. It’s also good for people with a weakened grip or a lack of coordination (known as ataxia). Each piece is 24mm at its widest and they weigh 200g individually. This additional weight does make a difference as it enables people to eat with increased dignity and independence.
Style and Class
It’s refreshing to find a stylish design for assistive utensils. Made to replicate an Old English Bead pattern, these are easy to take with you to friends, family and your favourite restaurant. I have been writing this blog for many years and this is the most stylish cutlery for people with shaky hands I have seen.
In addition, it comes with its’ own smart gift box. This makes it a thoughtful present. Alternatively, you can use the box to store and transport the utensils.
Being stainless steel and moulded in a single piece they are robust and unbreakable. Handwashing it is best.
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