This is a discreet spoon for shaky or co-ordination challenged hands, developed by Grant Douglas who himself has Cerebral Palsy. The S'Up spoon allows you to pick up food in its "scoop like" bowl and then, despite any shakes or tipping movements of your hand on the way, bring the food to your mouth. It is hard to loose the mouthful of food along the journey!
This can make for a much more satisfying eating experience if loosing the food on the way to your mouth has been causing frustration.
Unlike a normal spoon, which requires your upper lip or teeth to pull food off, this enables you to tip food into your mouth.
Helpful those with cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, essential tremor and shaky hands.
- Dimensions – 19.2 x 4.52 x 2.85 cm
- Weight – 25 grams
- Dishwasher proof and durable
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