Bought as gifts for two friends that have severe rheumatoid arthritis and are beginning to have difficulty eating and managing pens, etc. Kept one for myself as some days eating is hard for me and slicing is too. These are terrific products!
I am recovering from a stroke and these help me get my food to my mouth and not in my lap.
Great for husband with Parkinson's
My husband has early signs of Parkinson's and has a hard time using his right hand in writing or eating. The bulkiness of these handles makes it easier to cut food and feed himself.
Wonderful since I have limited dexterity from muscular dystrophy. They fit on any silverware, I can even take them in my purse to use at a restaurant!
I got these to help me fee myself and it took some getting use , but once i did i no long need help
GIFE FOR MY ELDERLY FATHER. HE FINDS THEM VERY USEFUL.
I've used for fork, knife, ink pen and crochete hooks
Just wished they came in different sizes. I find them just a little to larger around.
These work well. A little hard to get use to at the beginning but once you have them figured, they work good. Made of a rubbery material so they are easy to grip and hang onto. Need to get rid of the rubber smell though.
It's a little bulky but useable. I have my right hand affected by stroke and
Arthritis but the size helps me grip it. I have large hands which makes it easy.
If I had small hands it would be inconvenient in size.
Too big & bulky
I have Essential Tremors and was looking for something to make eating easier. The basic idea for this product went too far. The curving out at both ends make them hard to hold. Straight would have been better. I don't recommend. them for that reason. I may try cutting the curves off.