Dining with Dignity - Set #1: Fork & SpoonDining with dignity Corporation was founded in 2002 and is based in Williams burg, VA. Under development for 2 years, the flatware is the realization of a dream for company founder and former chef, Bob Bayton, who developed the product out of personal need after an automobile accident left him paralyzed from the chest down.
Says Bob, oeI love fine food and fine dining. After the accident, I had to rely on someone to feed me because none of the assisted living products available enabled me to eat independently. Mealtime was not a dining experience; it was simply a feeding task. I desperately wanted to be able to dine again, independently, and with dignity even in public. It is simple things like this that seem to help each of us feel better about ourselves.Ν
Here's what makes the Dining with Dignity silverware so revolutionary and innovative:Features:
- Provides someone with limited hand dexterity the means to comfortably grip and manipulate conventional silverware.
- An adjustable 2-ring assembly for the thumb and index finger holds utensils on the hand.
- Easily adjusts to suit the size of any hand with the adjustable rings of the silverware.
- Unobtrusive, simple design.
- Self-consciousness is reduced.
- Restores self-sufficiency to those who currently rely on others for help in eating.
- Constructed using high quality, 10/18 stainless steel silverware.
- Works well regardless of the individual's hand or finger strength, mobility or dexterity.
- Replaces the universal cuff and foam handles currently widely in use.
- Allows those that once needed assistance to be self-reliant and independent
- Dishwasher safe!
Note: Due to health and safety reasons concerning the nature of oral-use and contact with biofluids of users, this product is non-returnable and all sales are final.
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Very nice set. Bought it for my Mom who recently fell & injured her right hand. She was able to maneuver the fork & spoon nicely.
My 22 year old son is a quadriplegic. Was struggling with using a fork in the Ucuff of his splint. We purchased the fork and spoon and he has eaten almost every meal on his own. What a feeling of accomplishment it is for him and one step closer to independence.