Even the smallest equipment is important

It can’t all be big events and videos!Today I show you perhaps the smallest equipment I use. Adaptive cutlery. The first three are obvious, but the last two travel everywhere with me and are attached to cutlery when I eat out.

Why? It’s not that I can’t grasp smaller, usual cutlery. It’s that the tighter grip makes my hands fatigued, which then travels to the rest of me. Using regular cutlery sometimes means I can’t feed myself by the end of the meal. Using this cutlery means I can. Simples.

Ian also cuts up my meat for me. Ahhhhh. Again, takes too much energy from me! 



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