Compassionate new spoons and plates make it easier for people with Alzheimer’s to eat



When Sha Yao was caregiving for her late grandmother who was living with Alzheimer’s, she quickly realized daily activities had become major obstacles for her beloved family member. One of the biggest hurdles for her grandmother was a seemingly simple activity: eating

The cognitive and sensory impairments associated with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia often result in difficulty eating. People living with dementia commonly spill their food, are left confused by intricate patterns on dinnerware and frequently eat less than they should out of frustration

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