11 Products to Help People with Hand Tremors Maintain Their Independence

11 Products to Help People with Hand Tremors Maintain Their Independence

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Hand tremors or lack of strength from multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia, or other illness may find themselves struggling to maintain their independence.

Today I am sharing eleven products that may help them remain independent longer!

Utensils

Liftware utensils

Liftware Steady Starter Kit

This device allows people with hand tremors eat more easily. It stabilizes the utensil so it shakes 70% less than their hand. Click here to learn more.

Angled spoon

Homecraft Queens Angled Cutlery

The angled knives, forks, and spoons from Homecraft Queens are an affordable option to help individuals who struggle with positioning regular cutlery eat without assistance. Their utensils are lightweight, easy to grip, and dishwasher safe. Click here to check them out.

Sammons Preston Vertical Palm Self-Handle Fork

Sammons Preston Vertical Palm Self-Handle Fork and Spoons, Assistive Utensil with 90º Angle Handle

The 90º angle enables a hand in mid position to function in table-to-mouth pattern. Click here to see available utensils.

Dinnerware

Thermo Mug, Drinking aid, Feeding Cup

Ornamin Mug with Internal Cone

It’s a thermo mug, drinking aid and feeding cup! This lightweight mug is a practical everyday aid for seniors and for people living with diseases like stroke, Alzheimer’s, dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s or dysphagia. Click here to learn more. Also available with two handles.

adaptive bowl

Maddak Ableware Scooper Bowl with Suction Cup Base

The suction cup base keeps the bowl in place and reduces spilling accidents. High rim and reverse curve on one side aids in scooping food onto a utensil without spilling. The bottom of the dish has a rubber suction base to prevent skidding. Click here to check it out.

Round Scoop Dish

Sammons Preston Round Scoop Dish

This self-feeding dish has a contoured lip which allows food to be trapped and easily pushed onto cutlery. Click here to learn more.

Life aids

 Adaptive Utensil and Drinking Aid

Adaptive Utensil and Drinking Aid

This adaptive aid grip assists and helps people grab onto a variety of utensils, adaptive cell phone holders, remote control holders, tools, toys, cups, etc. Click here to learn more.

Bilateral Glass Holder

Bilateral Glass Holder

The clamp can adjust to fit any size of drinking cup or mug, durable heavy-duty steel handles with plastic coat provide a comfortable, yet steady grip. A handle on each side makes picking up, holding, and drinking from glasses easier and less messy for the elderly, disabled & handicapped users. It is also suitable for those in recovery from wrist, hand or arm injuries, and those with limited hand strength or range of motion. Click here to check it out.

weighted pen

HEAVY Super Big Fat Weighted Pen

A fat heavy pen may help those with Parkinson’s, essential tremors, and similar conditions write smoothly and clearly again. Click here to learn more.

zipper pull

Zipper Pull

Adaptive zipper pulls like the one pictured above allows people with hand pain to dress themselves. Click here to check them out.

Button Hook and Zipper Pull

Button Hook and Zipper Pull

These button hooks support seniors who want to dress and live independently, and those who suffer from arthritis or carpal tunnel. Click here to learn more about this assistive device.

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3 thoughts on “11 Products to Help People with Hand Tremors Maintain Their Independence

  1. Great informative post thanks, I have sent some of the kjnks to my parents to see if it’s worth getting my Grandad some of these things to help him keep his independence. The zip extenders would be a great help for him.
    Thanks for sharing, Helen

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