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30-Degree Slope Bowl

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a bowl that slopes to be easily used by individuals who have upper extremity or fine motor disabilities, such as trembling hands, or arthritis. The 30-degree Slope is a bowl specifically designed for individuals with trembling hands who have difficulty holding a cup and saucer with a steady hand. The bowl is designed to tilt at a 30-degree angle so that an individual can access the contents of the bowl without having to worry about hand

Ableware Stay Bowl

Stay Bowl is a non-skid bowl with handle designed for users who have difficulty eating due to upper body or upper extremity control. Ergonomic, soft-feel handle balances and stabilizes the bowl on the table while simultaneously providing support to the upper body enabling a more controlled movement of food to the mouth. Lifting rim, opposite the handle, provides extra stabilization when lifting and transporting the bowl. Spouts on both sides of the bowl allow for controlled flow of liquid from t

Freedom Dinnerware Desert Bowl

The Freedom Dinnerware Desert Bowl is a non-skid bowl designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or eating disabilities. This bowl sticks solidly to any smooth table or work surface. The bowl screws onto the pad (similar to a jam-jar lid) and the bowl can be washed in a dishwasher (top shelf), while the non-skid no spill vacuum pad can be hand washed and dried. DIMENSIONS: 4.5 inches in diameter. COLOR: White

Freedom Dinnerware Soup Bowl

The Freedom Dinnerware Soup Bowl is a non-skid bowl designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or eating disabilities. The bowl is high sided and screws onto the Freedom Pad. Users can free themselves with no danger of the bowl moving or tipping over. It comes complete with the removable non-skid, no-spill vacuum pad. DIMENSIONS (HxW): 1.75 x 6 inches. COLOR: White.

Large Scoop Bowl (Model Ha-4248)

The Large Scoop Bowl, model HA-4248, is a scoop bowl designed for use by individuals with use of one hand, stroke, or upper extremity or neurological disabilities. The large molded side to this bowl accommodates individuals who have difficulty getting food on the utensils, and a non-slip suction cup to keep the bowl in place. DIMENSIONS: Bowl is 78 millimeters high and 150 millimeters in diameter. WEIGHT: 110 grams.

Non-Slip Dish

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRYPURPOSE: To enable individuals with upper extremity disabilities or tremors, spinal cord injury, or use of one hand to dine independently. Included in a chapter entitled "Kitchen & Meal Time," this article provides detailed instructions and illustrations for making a non-slip dish from a standard bowl. Apply a small amount of silicone bathroom tub and tile sealant around the bottom of a bowl and smooth with a moistened finger. Set the bowl, right-side up, on a piece of pl

Scooper Bowl & Scooper Plate

The Scooper Bowl and the Scooper Plate are designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand or with other upper extremity disabilities. The hemispherical bowl has a high return curve on one side to aid in scooping food onto utensils. A removable rubber ring on the base prevents the bowl from sliding during use. The bowl changes color when food is too hot. Made of heat-resistant plastic, the dishwasher-safe Scooper Plate (not shown) features a flat bottom, a high rim, and a reverse curve

Skidtrol Non-Skid Dinnerware (Model H74504)

The Skidtrol Non-Skid Dinnerware is a set of non-skid plates and bowls designed to eliminate accidents caused by sliding dishes. These molded melamine plates, bowls, and cups have non-skid rings on the bottom to prevent sliding even on an incline. All pieces are dishwasher safe. Each piece is available separately: Dessert/Salad Plate (H74504-0001), Cereal Bowl (H74504-0003), 9-ounce Drinking Cup with Handle (H74505-0004), and 14-ounce Transparent Tumbler (H74504-0005). DIMENSIONS: Dessert plate

Parent Category: Dishes General

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