Adapted Cutlery

These ranges of adapted cutlery especially designed for people with a weak grip or limited range of motion. Included here are strap-on implements and others with built-up or contoured grips to provided greater stability.
A slip-resistant foam handle which can be fitted over any Knork cutlery, ideal for users with reduced grip strength.
Attractive two-tone cutlery specially designed to help users with a weaker grip to eat more independently.
A set of cutlery with a screw on handle that is extra thick to make it easier to hold.
A set of cutlery that has large, easy to grasp handles that are ideal for people with grip limitations.
A range of cutlery with thick, easy to grip handles.
These cutlery have thick, bright red handles for ease of use.
This range of dining utensils has interchangeable PVC handles.
Plastic coated spoons ideal for people prone to biting down on cutlery, or with limited hand function.
A range of discreet cutlery that have specially designed handles that are easier to grip.
A range of cutlery that feature easy to hold, built up handles made from plastic.
A length of foam tubing that can be cut to size and used to increase the handle diameter of a range of items.
A range of cutlery with thick and easy to grasp foam handles.
A range of cutlery with easy to hold handles for people with grip problems.
A range of cutlery with built up handles to make them easy to hold and use.
A spoon with a thick and easy to grip handle and a plastisol coated utensil.
The Knork combines a knife and a fork into one safe and easy to use dining utensil.
A great utensil which combines a knife and a fork, enabling safe cutting of foods with a gentle rocking motion.
A range of cutlery with specially designed handles that are easier and more comfortable to grasp.
A table spoon that has a large handle and a bendable stem.
A teaspoon with a thick and textured handle that is easier to grasp and use.
A long knife with a specially curved and easy to grip handle.
A range of forks with built-up handles that are easier to grasp.
A stainless steel fork that can be bent to any angle to make it easier to use.
A range of cutlery with handles that are easier to hold and use.
A specially designed knife with an angled blade to allow for a 'rocking' cutting action.
A useful tool that makes holding mall objects such as dining utensils easier.
A specially designed plastic feeding spoon with a small bowl that will not damage teeth or gums.
A range of spoons with thick and easy to grasp plastic handles.
Adapted cutlery set with large, easy to grasp handles ideal for users with a weaker grip.
A set of adapted cutlery specially designed for people with Arthritis, a weak grip or another condition which affects the hands.