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  1. CHILD'S BENT SPOON The Child's Bent Spoon is a child's spoon designed for use by children with upper extremity and grasping disabilities. These spoons are angled and feature contoured plastic handles to aid in forming a good grasp. Models are available for right- or left-handed use....[More Information]

  2. CHILD'S FEEDING SPOONS (MODEL PC1002) Picture of CHILD'S FEEDING SPOONS (MODEL PC1002) The Child's Feeding Spoons, model PC 1002, are feeding spatulas designed for use by children with upper extrimity disabilities. The molded ABS spoons are shaped specifically for feeding, and they feature s double-ended design with a larger flat bowl at one end and a smaller flat bowl at the other end. The flat bowls keep food on the spoon and allow good lip closure. Smooth, rounded edges provide added safety. The spoons are dishwasher-safe up to 125 degrees....[More Information]

  3. DUOSPOON DuoSpoon is an oral motor tool for children who need sensory support to eat. It is a mouth exploration tool which can be a bridge from soft to textured foods for children who have sensory challenges. Duo Spoon can also be used as an aid to help increase upper lip activity in food removal. It is made of flexible, yet sturdy silicone. COLOR: Blue or pink. WARRANTY/GUARANTEE: As stated by the manufacturer....[More Information]

  4. GET A GRIP ------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: To allow children with fine motor and grasping difficulties hold an adapted eating utensil to participate in meal times. MATERIALS USED: Empty prescription bottle or 35mm film container, scissors, playdough or modeling clay. PREPPARATION: 1. If you are using a prescription bottle, select the size that seems most appropriate. 2. Remove the cap of the film container or prescription bottle. 3. With a pair of scissors, make a small incis...[More Information]

  5. GOOD GRIPS COATED SPOONS Picture of GOOD GRIPS COATED SPOONS Good Grips Coated Spoons are spoons with built-up handles designed for use by children and adults with biting reflexes and limited grasping ability or coordination. These ergonomically designed utensils have large rubber handles and metal shafts with built-in twists to allow the bowl to be bent to the desired angle. Available in a teaspoon and a tablespoon (sold separately), the bowls of the spoons are coated in plastisol to protect the teeth and gums....[More Information]

  6. KINDERTOOLS SPOON AND FORK Picture of KINDERTOOLS SPOON AND FORK The Kindertools Spoon and Fork are a child spoon and fork designed for use by children with limited grasping ability. The plastic spoon and fork each feature the Kindertools handle with two triangular openings into which the child's fingers slip. The user may also wrap his or her hand around the handle. COLOR: Assorted....[More Information]

  7. MAROON SPOON Picture of MAROON SPOON The Maroon Spoon is a child spoon designed for use in feeding therapy or for use with children with oral sensitivity, tongue thrust, or poor lip closure. These break-resistant plastic spoons have a long handle and a narrow bowl. SIZES: Small and large COLOR: Maroon....[More Information]

  8. NYLON COATED SPOONS The Nylon Coated Spoons are coated spoons designed for use by children with tremors, upper extremity spacticity, or sensitive teeth and gums. The nylon coating increases the thickness of the bowls and protects the user's teeth and gums. The hand-washable spoons are available in a teaspoon, a youthspoon, and an infant spoon....[More Information]

  9. OXO TOT FEEDING SPOON SET Picture of OXO TOT FEEDING SPOON SET The OXO Tot Feeding Spoon Set is a child's coated spoon designed for use with children with neurological or eating disabilities. Available in sets of two, this spoon is suitable for children six months and older and has a protective food-grade silicone coating that is designed to be gentle on a baby’s gums and mouth. The soft edges of the silicone can be used to scrape the last bit from the bowl or jar, or to gently wipe food from the baby’s face. The shallow spoon prevents feeding too much foo...[More Information]

  10. PEDIATRIC CURVED CUTLERY Pediatric Curved Cutlery is designed for use by children with grasping disabilities.These plastic spoons are curved to give children a more natural grasp on the handle. Made of molded plastic, these utensils are non-injurious to the lips and teeth. These utensils are available with standard handles or with built-up handles....[More Information]

  11. PEDIATRIC EASY GRIP FORK & SPOON SET The Pediatric Easy Grip Fork & Spoon Set is a child spoon and fork designed for children with upper extremity disabilities. Molded of lightweight plastic, these utensils are designed for right-handed use and are curved to provide a more natural grip on the handle. The set includes two sets of two forks and two spoons....[More Information]

  12. PEDIATRIC SECURGRIP CUTLERY The Pediatric Securgrip Cutlery is spoons and forks with built-up handles designed for use by children with grasping disabilities. The large handles prevent rotational slippage when held and prevent rolling away when the utensils are laid down. The collar at the front of the handle provides a tactile cue to prevent the hand from slipping on to the fork or bowl of the spoon. Available models (sold separately) are a stainless steel fork, a stainless steel spoon, a small plastic spoon, and a large ...[More Information]

  13. PLASTIC HANDLE UTENSILS (MODELS 1185 THRU 1193) Picture of PLASTIC HANDLE UTENSILS (MODELS 1185 THRU 1193) The Plastic Handle Utensils are forks and spoons with built-up handles designed for use by children and adults who have difficulty grasping standard utensils. These forks and spoons feature molded plastic handles and stainless steel utensils, and they are dishwasher-safe up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. DIMENSIONS: MODELS PC 1191 and PC 1189, the Infant Spoon and the Youth Spoon, are 5.25 inches long; models PC 1193 and PC 1192, the Infant Fork and the Junior Spoon are 6.5 inches long; model PC 119...[More Information]

  14. PLASTISOL COATED CHILD'S BENT SPOONS (MODELS 1463 & 1464) Picture of PLASTISOL COATED CHILD'S BENT SPOONS (MODELS 1463 & 1464) The PlastisolCoated Child's Bent Spoons, models 1463 and 1464, are child spoons designed for use by children with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. Features include offset handles that are angled to provide children with a good grip and better control of the spoon during self-feeding. Other features include a molded plastic handle. Model PC 1464 is designed for left-handed users and model PC 1463 is designed for right-handed users. The spoons are top-rack dishwasher safe. DIMENSIONS: 5.2...[More Information]

  15. RIGHT ANGLED SCOOPER SPOON The Right Angled Scooper Spoon is a spoon with a built-up handle designed for use by children and adults with fine motor disabilities. These soft plastic spoons require no fine motor coordination; food is scooped on the spoon using a simple elbow motion, minimizing movement of the shoulder and forearm. The bowl fits the mouth correctly and minimizes spills. Available in a spoon with a standard handle, a spoon with a built-up handle,and a spoon with a built-up handle and a soft rubberized bowl, t...[More Information]

  16. SAF-T-SPOON & SAF-T-FORK Picture of SAF-T-SPOON & SAF-T-FORK The Saf-T-Spoon and Saf-T-Fork are eating utensils with built-up handles designed for use by children with grasping disabilities. The large handles prevent rotational slippage when held and prevent rolling away when the utensils are laid down. The spoon and fork feature a raised lip to prevent food spillage, a flexible shaft, and a large textured handle with a mouthguard for a non-slip grip. The fork also features diagonally placed tines to prevent penetration of the mouth and throat. The spoon ...[More Information]

  17. STEADY SPOON The Steady Spoon pediatric and adult adaptive utensils are designed with multiple features to make the special needs dining experience more independent and enjoyable. The counter weights keep the spoon bowl level preventing food spillage no matter what the adult or child’s arm position or level of tremor. The hook and loop strap and built-up handle eliminate the need for a strong grasp. The spoon’s weight gives added proprioceptive input for children with PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders) ...[More Information]

  18. TOO HOT BABY SAFETY SPOONS Too Hot Baby Safety Spoons are child spoons that change color when the food they are placed in reaches a temperature of 105 degrees or higher, reducing the danger of scalding. Made of non-toxic materials, these baby spoons are engineered so that when food temperature exceeds the limit, the color of the spoon bowl disappears entirely, leaving it white. The spoons also feature soft, flexible bowls to prevent injury to the child's gums; the solid, firm handle provides ease of use....[More Information]

  19. WEIGHTED UTENSILS Picture of WEIGHTED UTENSILS The Weighted Utensils are a fork, knife, and spoon with weighted handle designed for use by adults and children with fine motor, grasping, neurological, or sensory disabilities requiring proprioceptive feedback. These utensils feature built-up ridged handles to aid in grasping. Available adult utensils include a fork, a teaspoon, a tablespoon, a soup spoon, and a knife (each sold separately). The pediatric utensils include a youthspoon, a fork, a knife, a teaspoon, and a soup spoon (each sold se...[More Information]

  20. YOUTH WEIGHTED / COATED SPOONS Picture of YOUTH  WEIGHTED / COATED SPOONS The Youth Weighted/Coated Spoons are weighted spoons designed for use by children with tremors, biting reflexes, or grasping or upper extremity disabilities. These spoons have plastisol coating that increases the thickness of the bowls and help protect teeth and lips. The plastic vinyl handles are shaped to fit the fingers. Left- or right-hand models are shaped to turn in toward the center of the body. The utensils are made of stainless steel and can be cleaned in a dishwasher. DIMENSIONS: 7/8 i...[More Information]

  21. YOUTH WEIGHTED / COATED SPOONS The Youth Weighted / Coated Spoons are weighted spoons designed for use by children with tremors, biting reflexes, or shaky grasps. Available in a teaspoon or a youthspoon, these stainless steel spoons have plastisol-coated bowls to protect the lips and teeth and vinyl handles shaped to fit the fingers. The spoons are dishwasher safe. DIMENSIONS: The handles are 3.25 inches long x 7/8 inch in diameter. WEIGHT: Four ounces. COLOR: The handles are red....[More Information]

  22. YOUTH WEIGHTED UTENSILS Picture of YOUTH WEIGHTED UTENSILS The Youth Weighted Utensils are spoons and forks with weighted, built-up handles designed for use by children with grasping or upper extremity disabilities or tremors. Weight has been added to assist in stabilizing tremulous hands. The set includes a fork, teaspoon, soupspoon, and youths poon. Left- or right- hand models are shaped to turn in toward the center of the body. The utensils are made of stainless steel with plastic vinyl handles and can be cleaned in a dishwasher. DIMENSIONS: Handle i...[More Information]

  23. YUMMY-YUMMY TALKING SPOON AND FORK SET The Yummy-Yummy Talking Spoon and Fork Set is a fork with a built-up handle and a spoon with a built-up handle designed for use by infants and toddlers with upper extremity disabilities. These utensils feature naturally built-up handles and slightly angled bowls. When the "Y" button on the handle is pressed, the utensils repeat entertaining sayings. The handles are decorated with smiling faces....[More Information]

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