This time, I will write about "TASTE".
"TASTE" is a spoon and fork produced by Care Plus, a welfare equipment specialty store.
The handle is long and light so you can use it like chopsticks.
The forks are smaller near the grooves. Even people who are paralyzed or have weak grip strength and have difficulty using chopsticks can easily grab and eat udon or soba noodles.
The thin, large, rounded tip shape makes it easy for people with weak grips or disabled hands to cut food. "TASTE" is available in flat type and grip type.
The shape of the flat type is the same as the general pattern, so it is not uncomfortable even to use, and it is suitable not only for disabled people, but also for children and non-disabled people.
The grip type can also be used by people with disabilities such as stroke and rheumatism.
In this way, "TASTE" is easy to use, and even people with hand disabilities or weak grip such as stroke, rheumatism, Parkinson's, etc. can enjoy delicious food.