Adapted eating utensils

Adapted eating utensils make it possible for a person with a high spinal cord injury to eat without assistance

User inserts spoon into holder with the help of his mouth
User inserts spoon into holder with the help of his mouth

Description
The user places a bent spoon in an adapted wrist bandage (see associated tip).

Technique: He holds the spoon with his mouth (Photo 3), inserts the handle into the wrist bandage and presses against it with his mouth (Photo 1).

This tip is from 2007

Wrist bandage with spoon
Wrist bandage with spoon
User holds the spoon in his mouth and then places it in the wrist bandage
User holds the spoon in his mouth and then places it in the wrist bandage

Related tips

Universal holder on wrist bandage
Universal holder on wrist bandage
Holder for flatware and typing sticks sewn onto wrist bandage, suitable for persons without wrist function or finger dexterity.

Tipsare: Anders

Anders lives together with his partner in a house. He is working part time. He was injured in 1989 and has a high spinal cord injury (C4-5). He has personal assistance.