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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Curved Utensils

I am searching for the 'perfect' set of utensils for Logen. We've tried the weighted fork/spoon- but I think he needs something with an angle. The children's sets I have found are all plastic which concerns me b/c Logen prefers to eat with a metal fork at home. He will actually go to the silverware drawer and get a metal fork if we give him a plastic one. We want him to be successful at eating on his own, so finding silverware he can use is very important.
Has anybody used these? What did you think about them? Are there any out there that you suggest?

EasieEaters™ Curved Utensils

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  1. Hon... Im no much help with your question, but it came to my mind to ask you about belts... Have you heard of Myself Belts??? They are sooo easy to use, and Im sure they would be awesome for Logen... Let me know if you want to know more about it.....

  2. We were gonna order those for audrianna awhile back never gota round too it tho. Her EI therapists recommended them I have only ehard good things about them. A really great company to go though is therapro. http://www.theraproducts.com/ They are a great company to work with shipping is fast and a few times we have even gotten some special goodies from them free of charge for Audrianna. i love getting her things from there for her birthday

  3. Hey Jess,
    We have curved silverware...and when I say "silverware", that's what I mean! They're great! I'll try to remember to take a pic, but essentially it's your "normal" silverware until about 3/4 of the way up the handle, where it turns into a thick rubber-type handle (easy to grip). You can bend the utensil all sorts of ways. They're really cool. The ones Ellie uses (admittedly, not very often, but that's our own issues, not because of the silverware) are adult-sized, cuz our OT couldn't find them in kiddie-size. But, she holds them fine. Our OT picked them up at a sports rehab store. I guess they're good for athletes who've had arm injuries/are using a cast, etc. Maybe you have such a store close by? Let me know if you need more info...we see our OT next week and IF I REMEMBER, I'll ask her!


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