Cutlery in this section is made especially for people with a weak grip or limited range of motion. Knives, forks and spoons are available which can help people with a number of different physical disabilities.
Ribbed grips, make this cutlery easy to hold and control even when wet.
Designed for those with limited co-ordination or a compulsive bite reflex.
The increased weight in the handles of this cutlery improves user.
This special spoon has a raised lip and a built up handle, perfect for those with reduced hand control.
Helpful to those with a weak grip and restricted wrist or finger movement.
Flexible utensils which help people with a weaker grip to eat independently.
Adapted utensils with ribbed built-up handles, assisting people with a weaker grip.
Shaped handles assist those with limited finger or wrist movement.
An elasticated strap with velcro closure that fits to most utensils, enabling one-handed use.
Durable yet smooth kitchen utensils which can be easily adapted to the ideal size.
The handles of this bendable cutlery can wrap securely around the user's wrist or hand.
Features an angled blade that allows cutting with a rocker action.
A stainless steel knife that has a built-up handle that makes it easier to grasp.
Ergonomically contoured handles that greatly reduce wrist strain for the user.
A range of spoons with easy-to-grasp handles that are ideal for people with grip issues.
The head of this spoon can be set at an angle to the handle.
The prongs of this fork can be set at an angle to the grip if required.
Features a curved blade which reduces the strength required when cutting or slicing.
This cutlery has a special design which means the shaft can be bent at an angle.
The head of this spoon can be set at an angle to the handle, it required.
Broad blade make this knife perfect for spreading on bread or toast.
These robust, coated spoons can bent to the desired shaft angle.
Curved, contour gripped cutlery to help those with restrictive hand dexterity.
The Caring Cutlery is easy control and far easier to use than standard cutlery.
A knife with a specially designed blade to enable one-handed dining.
A cutlery set that is designed for dining using just a single hand.
A combination knife fork to provide a safe and effective alternative for one-handed cutting of food.
Foam handles and cutlery which are lightweight, safe and easy to grip.
This special cutlery is designed specifically for those eating with one hand.
Designed to make eating easier for people with limited hand movement.
This bendable cutlery is typically used by those with neurological impairments or arthritis.
Small spoon bowls help control food intake and also protect teeth.
Plastisol coating protects teeth and lips during use.
A range of utensils and handles that are interchangeable and easy to hold.
Cutlery that is designed to facilitate easier dining for people with grip issues.
Wide, foam-gripped eating utensils designed for persons with grip issues.
A range of cutlery with extra thick handles to make them easier to hold.
A lightweight mug with an over-sized handle that is useful for persons with hand and grip issues.
Has broad, non-slip handles, ideal for those who find standard cutlery difficult to old or control.
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This foam tubing can be used to increase the handle width on a range of tools and utensils.
Stylish curved spoons and forks with comfortable grips.
Cutlery that is designed to aid individuals with grip and hand issues to eat.