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As dementia progresses, eating can be harder as co-ordination declines and it becomes harder to feed yourself using standard crockery and cutlery. Swallowing and chewing may also get harder in the later stages of dementia. This can mean that eating a meal takes longer, and food is more likely to go cold, making the whole experience less enjoyable.These Find dementia-friendly plates are made from hard-wearing melamine, which means they’re less likely to shatter if dropped, are dishwasher safe and are lightweight, so they’re easier for people with less strength to use.They have a broad base for greater stability while a lipped rim reduces spillages and mess. This can help improve the manipulation of food and ultimately maintain the dignity of someone while they eat â a key component for a good quality of life.Available as a pack of 6 or individual.