Easy scooping cutlery soup cups
Current symptoms: tremor, hand weakness, hemiplegia, heat sensitivity, weakness
The name of the disease you have: cerebrovascular disease, cerebral palsy, cervical spinal cord injury, hydrocephalus, Parkinson's disease
Large... Diameter 10cm/About 240㏄
Small... Diameter 9cm/About 160㏄
Japan…About 1 to 2 weeks China…Around 2 to 3 weeks
◎There is a danger of rupture if subjected to strong impact.
◎ Can be used in ovens and microwaves.
◎ Do not use it over an open flame.
◎ Do not use a golden brush or abrasive (cleaner, etc.) to clean.
◎Dishwasher is not recommended.
◆Easy to hold
Once you have the experience of holding this mug, you will fall in love with its feel. The bottom of the cup is wide and flat, and the handle also touches the table top, minimizing the chance of tipping over.
◆Not easy to fall
The bottom of the cup is wide and flat. The handle also touches the table. It is a shape that minimizes the possibility of falls.
Especially recommended for those who are concerned about tremors, those whose hands move involuntarily, and those who have knocked over their cups.
This is a beautiful piece of Arita ware known as a traditional Japanese kiln. Microwave, oven and dishwasher available.
◆Assist in self-reliance
One of the most important concepts in long-term care is "assisted self-reliance". Even after suffering a disability, try to do what you can do by yourself by making full use of the capabilities of the patient. This tableware can play the ability of hemiplegia patients to eat by themselves. Because hemiplegic people eat with one hand, it is difficult to hold the utensils or move them finely, and food spills or leftovers on the plate are inevitable. The easy-to-scoop cutlery has a wide bottom, moderate weight and stability, and inwardly curved edges. Therefore, even one hand can easily scoop and eat without the help of others.
◆The pleasure of dining
Utensils are very important for enjoying a meal. Ceramics from China were introduced to Japan, and Japan also developed unique ceramic technology. Among them, Arita, which has gathered many famous kilns, has a long-standing reputation and is known as the "Jingdezhen" of Japan. This plate is fired in the kilns in the Arita area.
Plates used by people with disabilities are usually made of plastic due to factors such as price and non-breakability, as well as ease of manufacture in different shapes. However, the food in the plastic plate didn't look that tasty anyway.
Even people with disabilities don't change how they feel. This tableware is not only easy to use, but also beautiful. This tableware is something that everyone wants to use, regardless of whether they have a disability or not. Having access to the same utensils as everyone else, eating becomes a treat.
◆Reduce the burden on caregivers
Being able to eat by myself, I myself will think that eating is a kind of enjoyment, and it can reduce the burden of caring family members and relatives. Not only is the need to assist with feeding gone, but there is also less disposal of food spills and leftovers. Also, and most importantly, by stimulating one's will, one will promote appetite and prevent diet-related diseases. The disease includes the development of bedsores caused by malnutrition and aspiration pneumonia caused by reluctance to eat. By preventing these diseases, the resulting need for further care can be avoided.