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Drinking aid

Taking a drink for people with quadriplegia is a major challenge. In this solution, a hikerís drinking bladder, tube and suck valve had been rigged up but the problem was how to keep the suck valve within reach of the userís mouth.
Now a person using this aid can enjoy his/her drink Ė hands free.

Drinking Aid

People with disabilities such as cerebral palsy often find making a cup of coffee to be downright difficult. In this case the solution is a bucket which locates the Hot Pot containing the coffee, a cut-out for the mug to position it correctly under the Hot Pot spout, and a bottle of sweetened milk which is normally kept in the fridge.