Hope everyone is keeping well.
I’ve been caring for my uncle for the last 3 years, suffers from Parkinson’s and his condition is worsening.
He can’t hear and can’t speak so we communicate in sign language.
I noticed he’s now having difficulty eating due to the increased shaking.
Is anyone able to recommend any cutlery/plates that can make this easier for him?
I was told that red is a preferred colour?
Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
Welcome to the forum.
It’s not uncommon on for people with Parkinson’s to have eating problems We have an online shop with special cutlery for this type of problem that you may wish to check, You can find it here: https://shop.parkinsons.org.uk/products/ergonomic-cutlery-set?_pos=7&_sid=b3b937d84&_ss=r
For more information or support on this, you can contact our helpline on 0808800n 0303 or email us at [email protected].
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You should get in touch with your local occupational therapy department. They may have suggestions.