Eating & Drinking


Angled Knife


Etac Relieve Angled Knife This curved handle relieves strain, and allows efficient cutting with a straight arm and wrist, making cutting and preparing food easier. The Angled Knife is available in two sizes, suitable for both adults and children...


Dose Mug With Spout By Etac


The Mug With Spout By Etac is a ‘user friendly’ kitchenware piece. The special features of the product include: 50ml and 100ml markers, 70mm height, transparent body, weight of 40 grams, made from polycarbonate and dishwasher safe. The Mug...


Etac Feed adjustable spoon


Etac Feed Angled Spoons are ideal adaptive tools for children who need a bit of help with fine motor coordination and want to eat independently. The angle-adjustable film has an easy-grip handle that is slightly curved and the support edge helps to...


Etac Tasty Beaker


The Etac Tasty Beaker has ergonomic handles and large grips to make it easy to use even if you have limited grip. The cup features a large base to reduce spilling. The Etac Tasty Beaker is well insulated to keep beverages at their required temperatures...


Etac Tasty Plate


The Etac Tasty Plate features a raised lip or edge designed to trap food, this feature enables a patient to eat with one hand. This is especially helpful if you have an injured patient or someone who is limited in their ability to move an arm. The Etac...


Light Angled Spoon by Etac


The Light Angled Spoon is lightweight and made purposefully for people who have limited movement in the hands or arms from illness. Sometimes arthritis can also cause diminished movement and this tool helps users with independence. The features include:...


Tasty Glass


The Etac Tasty Glass is made of lightweight material and has a wide base. It has an ergonomic design with a wide lip that allows the hand to easily pick it up and use. It is perfect for those with a reduced grip or hand strength. The thick neck design...

Once diagnosed with a health condition, irrespective of how mild it may seem, it affects daily routines. Patients in a hospital setting share this incapability, dependence on feeding. Nerve infections affect an individual’s ability to move hands and arms, which are essential to eating and drinking. Sometimes, patients might be too weak to chew food and can only take in fluids. Besides, most of health conditions lead to loss of appetite. In such cases, it is the role of a caregiver to ensure a patient feeds in right amounts because food is the primary source of energy. Food is also a natural therapy; the nutrients, minerals, and fats strengthen body tissues and organs as well as activate hormones that convert components of food energy.

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