Make Mealtime Easier
Special Needs Dinnerware
Limited mobility or dexterity can make your dining experience challenging. Promote independent eating with plates and bowls specially designed for seniors and people with disabilities.
- Raised edges to help push or scoop food onto utensils
- Stackable for easy storage
- Comes with a clear lid
Partitioned Scoop Dish
Adaptive plate promotes independent eating and self-feeding.
- High sides to help increase food intake
- 3 compartments for portion control
- Reduces messes, spills and splashing
A Divided Plate
The SP Ableware Partitioned Scoop Dish has 3 compartments, each about 1 1/2¨ (3.81 cm) deep, to keep food separated. The two smaller sections hold up to 6.75 oz. (200 ml), while the larger one has a 12.6 oz. (375 ml) capacity. The high walls of each compartment can be used to help push food onto forks and spoons.
U.S. Manufacturer, Aids for Daily Living (ADLs)
SP Ableware’s main goal is to manufacture products that enable people to remain active and maximize their independence.
- Plate Diameter is 8 ¼”
- Top Rack Dishwasher Safe
- Made of Polypropylene
Easily transport or store food
These stackable plates with clear plastic covers are ideal for meals on the go and easily stack in refrigerator or cabinet for reduced shelf space.
Benefits of Redware
- 40% of Alzheimer’s patients experience significant weight loss
- A study out of Boston University indicates that color contrast between food and dinnerware increases food and liquid intake in Alzheimer’s patients
- Red is easier for the eyes to see than any other color
- When using tableware that offered a high contrast to the food and drink, researchers noticed the participants in the study increased their food intake by 24% and liquid intake by 84%
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