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Gravity Assisted Drinking Cup T1152: Gravity Assisted Drinking Cup
Assists drinking with the help of gravity
Drinking Aid T1153: Drinking Aid
An alternative to syringe feeding
People Feeder T1154: People Feeder
An alternative to syringe feeding
Glossectomy  Feeding Spoon T1156: Glossectomy Feeding Spoon
The Glossectomy Feeding Spoon is used for people who have had surgery of the tongue.
Ableware  Angled Spoon, With standard handle, overall length 6" (152 mm) bag of 3. T1159-A: Ableware Angled Spoon, With standard handle, overall length 6" (152 mm) bag of 3.
Semi rigid or very soft spoons enhance independent eating
Ableware  Angled Spoon, With Maddadapt  built-up handle, overall length 7 1-4" T1159-B: Ableware Angled Spoon, With Maddadapt built-up handle, overall length 7 1-4"
Semi rigid or very soft spoons enhance independent eating
Ableware  Angled Spoon,   Modified, soft, rubbery consistency.    
		T1159-C: Ableware Angled Spoon, Modified, soft, rubbery consistency.
Semi rigid or very soft spoons enhance independent eating
Doidy Slanted Cup T1161: Doidy Slanted Cup
Widely recommended cup!
Pediatric Easy Grip Fork & Spoon set T1163-A: Pediatric Easy Grip Fork & Spoon set
Friendly bear on handle!
Pediatric Easy Built Up Grip Fork & Spoon Set T1163-B: Pediatric Easy Built Up Grip Fork & Spoon Set
Big soft handles added!

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Stair Masters!

Gooo-ing up! Always teach going up before teaching coming down. It is easier to master, safer, and will build skills needed for safe going down. Stay right behind them the entire time. It's for safety, but also many children find a light touch comforting and encouraging.

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