Tableware Set Designed to Help People With Dementia

Tableware Set Designed to Help People With Dementia

San Francisco art student creates memory-supporting place settings called Eatwell

Jason Brick
  • 12 august 2015

Among the many large and small horrors of living with dementia is a growing inability to care for basic daily needs. As the memory goes, the ability to eat healthy meals—and sometimes remember to eat at all—also begins to fade. The Eatwell tableware set was specifically designed to help with both the mental and physical challenges of self-care with dementia.

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