Tremor Gram – July 2014
New Liftware Fork Attachment
The Liftware stabilizer comes standard with a spoon attachment, but now can do more. Don’t let hand tremor get in the way of eating salads, pasta, and foods you commonly eat with a fork. The new fork attachment has a deep-scooped profile to hold more food, and is compatible with the Liftware Stabilizer handle (sold separately). Available exclusively at LiftLabsDesign.com for $19.95. If you are unable to afford a Liftware device and have essential tremor, Lift Labs has a donation program available. If you would like to be considered to receive a donated Liftware device, please review and complete an application. Please note that the IETF does not pay for devices nor does it solicit donations to pay for devices. We simply assist them in distributing devices that have been donated.
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