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Angled Spoons With Built-Up Handle - Adaptive Eating Spoons
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Angled Spoon - With Built-Up Handle
The Angled Spoon is a soft plastic spoons that enhance independent eating for people who have limited or painful movement of their upper extremities. Ideal for diagnoses of neurological disorders, a stroke, head injury, severe arthritis, wrist fractures, shoulder dysfunction, or cerebral palsy.
Food is scooped onto the spoon with simple elbow motion, minimizing the movements of the shoulder and forearm. Raised back prevents food from spilling off the spoon.
Top shelf dishwasher safe. For right hand only. Diameter and softness of the handle can be increased by adding a Foam Rubber Adapter.
U.S. Patent #304,540
Developed in cooperation with the Knapp Rehabilitation Center, Cynthia Johnson, OTR; and John Casiday.