– an easy way for people without finger function to hold a fork
– an easy way to get a better grip on a fork or spoon – suitable for people with impaired hand function
– can replace a table when necessary – suitable for people who use electric wheelchair
A simple holder for flatware – suitable for people with impaired hand function
A simple maneuverable assistive device for eating – suitable for disabled people who can’t use their arms and hands
– enable people with impaired hand function to hold a popsicle stick
– an electronic aid that enables people without arm and hand function to eat by themselves
Soapstone is used to keep food warm – practical for slow eaters
The table support frame is sawn off to enable wheelchair users to slide their knees under the table.
Modified knife – suitable for persons with impaired hand function
Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity
A round table with a pedestal leg in the middle can be suitable for wheelchair users
Adapted eating utensils make it possible for a person with a high spinal cord injury to eat without assistance
By pulling out a drawer a wheelchair user can sit at a table that she or he otherwise could not slide in under
Wheelchair glove makes it easier for persons with impaired hand function to hold a fork
Wheelchair table enables a person with impaired arm and hand function to eat, read and write
Plexiglas table on stand enables persons without active hand function to eat food such as a sandwich.
Orthosis makes independent eating possible for a person with a high spinal cord injury.
Combined reading and snack table integrated in a customized night table, suitable for persons with compromised or no arm and/or hand function
An all-in-one night table with room for many functions that helps a person with a high injury to stay in touch with and have control over the rest of the world even when in bed
Salt grinder appropriate for persons with impaired hand function.