RiJe™ Dysphagia Cup was developed with Speech Pathologists & Occupational Therapists to enable the safe swallowing of liquids to promote rehabilitation and assist in learning the skill of independent drinking.
It Automatically dispenses a set amount of thin and nectar-thickened liquids to promote safe small swallows and can be adjusted to dispense 3 to 15 millilitres of the liquids to arrive at the most satisfying and safest sip amount.
How It Works: RiJe Cup automatically dispenses a limited portion of liquid each time it stands in its upright position. Once the portion is withdrawn and the cup put upright – it delivers another portion within 2 - 3 seconds. The built-in regulator allows adjusting portion size before the cup is filled with liquid.
Best for: Those who suffer with dysphagia, motor disabilities, developmental delay, dementia and, other ailments including stroke, Parkinson’s, ALS, MLS, Cerebral Palsy, head, neck and chest cancer and injury.
- Delivers one sip at a time through a straw from the cup’s rim.
- The nosey cup design allows the user’s chin in a neutral position.
- Ergonomic handles are built with comfort in mind and holds up to 250ml
- It is built to withstand accidental drops and to prevent spillage of entire content.
- Dishwasher safe, non-latex, and non-BPA.
- Allows drinking from open cup or straw.
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