Ability Superstore's collection includes cutlery sets that have adapted designs to help people living with conditions that cause tremors, such as Parkinson’s Disease – the adaptation is weight. Cutlery that is weighted allows the utensils to be held more easily.
Another adaptation is built-up handles, as can be found on our Good Grips cutlery. These utensils are ideal mobility aids for those with reduced grip, or hand strength, due to conditions, such as arthritis.
Adapted cutlery and dining aids can increase confidence at mealtimes and help you stay independent when eating.
Our vast range also features utensil straps and cutlery holders. These wrap around your palm to ensure a secure grip and this lessens the risk of dropping cutlery during your meal. We also supply foam tubing, which can be used to build-up the handles of your existing cutlery.
With a wide range of other options available, such as curved, or straight handled and bendable cutlery, all in a selection of colours and sizes, you’re sure to find the adapted cutlery to suit your needs and your tableware.
Do you offer cutlery suitable for left-handed individuals?
Yes, we have a selection of cutlery designed specifically for left-handed users, providing comfort and ease of use.
Are there options available for individuals with arthritis or joint pain?
Absolutely. Our collection includes specially designed grips and handles to accommodate those with arthritis or joint discomfort, allowing for a more comfortable dining experience.
Can I find utensils suitable for both adults and children?
Yes, we offer a range of cutlery options suitable for individuals of all ages, ensuring versatility and functionality.
What materials are your utensils made from?
Our selection includes a variety of materials, including stainless steel and durable plastics, and even copolyester and polycarbonate, catering to different preferences and needs.