What is adapted cutlery for people with dementia?
Adapted cutlery, such as Good Grips cutlery, has a soft cushion grip that keeps the utensil in hand - even when wet, which makes it perfect for those with dementia. Curved cutlery also aids with eating meals, making it easy to pick up and travel food.
How do sloped plates help those with dementia?
Our Sloped Plates have a low front, high back and a wide rim, designed specially to make mealtimes easier for those with limited hand mobility. These mobility aids enable one-handed eating, by pushing food against the raised back edge and onto a spoon or fork.
How do vibrant colours help those with dementia?
Vibrantly coloured cutlery and plates can stimulate appetite and help brains associate a certain colour with a certain activity, in this case mealtimes.