A spoon designed to make meal time easier
Eating should be a simple task. However, the cognitive and various sensory impairments of Alzheimer’s may result in a variety of feeding issues. People affected by disease can eat less than they should and accidents with spilled food and tipped cups are common. The Eatwell adapted tableware set offers tableware especially designed to let people with Alzheimer's or other related diseases eat by themselves in an independent way. These spoons are designed in a way to match the curve of the Eatwell bowls to allow smooth and easy movements.
How does Eatwell help?
The Eatwell adaptive spoon improves the independence of our loved ones during meal time:
- Eatwell is the result of four years of research and design.
- Each detail is backed by research or evidence shown during the design process.
- People in the early or moderate stages of disease who experiment feeding issues
- People affected by tremors or frequently drops food
Eatwell is an American company founded by Shao Yao. While studying in design, Shao Yao saw her grandma struggle with feeding herself due to her Alzheimer's. This is the reason she created Eatwell which started as a school project. Eatwell won the Stanford Design Challenge in 2014 among 52 other teams from 15 different countries.
- High contrast colors help users distinguish food from tableware and stimulate appetite.
- The specially-curved spoons match the contours of the bowls to provide smoother, easier motions.
- The Eatwell spoons have an ergonomic handle to make handling easier.
The Eatwell spoon is also part of the Eatwell 8-piece set:
- Two bowls (red and yellow);
- Two spoons (red and yellow);
- A mug and its cover; and
- A glass and its cover.
The Eatwell spoon is available in two colors: red or yellow.
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