Eating is a vital aspect of daily living, however for those living with disability it can be difficult and frustrating. That's why Active Mobility has a wide range of dining aids to help them eat and drink without much difficult for either the patient or the carer.
The Queens Cutlery range are made from stainless steel moulded into built-up plastic handles that assists those with weak or restricted grips. Similarly the Dysphagia Cup helps people who have trouble swallowing as the design of the cup helps prevents liquids escpaing at the lips and directs it instead into the mouth.
The dining aid products work in conjunction with the Food Preparation products so that people who live with disability can also prepare their own meals with little to no support from carers.
Eating is a vital aspect of daily living, however for those liv ...