brain functions that allow you to do the simple tasks that you now do every day you get up. And just really think about it Beloved, just imagine if your brain did not tell your nose to inhale hair, or your brain did not tell your throat to swallow your saliva or your food, or your brain did not send the commands for you to start peeing or poop or any of the other small tasks that you now take for granted. Also imagine Beloved if every little thing you have been doing, learning, experiencing, smelling and enjoying since you were a little baby; and now those memories or souvenirs are gone. You can't seem to remember the schools you attended, nor can you remember the day you got married, or even worse, you can't remember any of your family members. How would you feel? I mean if you have no recollection about anything, then who would you be since your memories are what define who you are?
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So I explain just a little bit to you, so you can begin to understand just exactly what an Alzheimer patient is going through daily. And if that is your sweet Mom or your wonderful Dad who does not remember you or anything about you, then you are really suffering daily alongside them since you can't seem to do anything to help them. Or you sit and watch that great loved one forget to eat, forget to sit, forget to sleep, forgetting to swallow the food after chewing, forget to do just about anything... Again how would you feel? And so you must do what you can to help that loved one, and even though their brain has forsaken them, you can still help them to get along and live their life since Suicide is never, ever an option for any sentient being. And so this is why today I am sharing what this Taiwanese Industrial Designer, Sha Yao, has created to help Alzheimer sufferers in these 6 Ways To Help An Alzheimer Family member
Taiwanese industrial designer Sha Yao was inspired to create a tableware set by her late grandmother who suffered from Alzheimer’s.
Eatwell is a tableware set designed specifically for people with eating difficulties. “I came up with an idea to work on improving her eating experience first, since eating is such an essential part of daily living,” Yao said.
Yao’s EatWell collection has over 20 features that specifically address some of the most common issues people with special needs face during meals, like confusing patterns on plates with food, or knocking over cups.
It’s designed to simplify eating motions, reduce accidents, and help users eat as much as possible.
The bowls are brightly coloured on the outside in order to stimulate appetite, whereas the inside is a contrasting blue to help users distinguish the bowl from food.
The spoons precisely match the curvatures of the bowl, making the process of scooping food easier and more efficient.
And the collection includes an anti-tipping mug, a cup with an extended handle to provide extra support, and straw-securing lids.
Yao describes the reaction to Eat Well as extremely encouraging and motivating.
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