The Independent Feeding Tray, designed by a speech language pathologist, is geared toward patients who have use of only one hand following a stroke or other injury.
The tray is designed to let residents have more independence. It has a molded cup on the trap with four tabs on the inside of the upper part of the cup.
The tray has rubber stoppers on the bottom of the tray, said Isaiah Herman, Executive VP of Business Development.
The tray is patent pending, and a smaller version is available for children with special needs.