Plates & Bowls

These plates and bowls are designed to help those with physical grip or stability issues. In this section you will find plates and bowls with raised sides, plus others with suction bases to reduce spills. Plate guards are also available in this section.
A useful tool that enables one handed dining.
This plate surround is an economical clip-on solution to help push food onto a spoon or fork when dining.
A plastic food guard which clips onto most plates to facilitate mess-free, one-handed eating.
A polycarbonate bowl that is lightweight and treated to be anti-bacterial.
A plastic guard that can be clipped to the edge of a plate to prevent spillages.
An eating dish that can be used with just one hand.
A simple tool that can be clipped to a plate to prevent food spillages.
An adapted dining utensil which helps users with one hand to eat with less effort or mess.
A lightweight and hard wearing polycarbonate plate that has an anti-bacterial finish.
This two-section plate and egg cup can be used to keep food warm for slow easters.
A useful dining aid that allows the user to eat with just one hand.
A bowl with steep sides to enable one-handed dining.
A simple polycarbonate guard that can be fixed to a plate to prevent mess.
A specially designed dish that can be used to enable one-handed dining.
A dish that has a divider to split it into three separate sections.
A specially designed bowl with high sides and a wide rim.
A well designed plate that can be used with just one hand.
This crockery is made from extra tough and durable Steelite for a long and useful life.
A specially designed eating dish that enables one-handed eating.
A specially designed plate that can keep food warmer or cooler for longer.
This bowl has been designed to reduce spillages and make dining easier.
This specially designed plate enables independent, one-handed dining.
A useful plate that is designed to facilitate one-handed use.
A deep, high-sided bowl that makes eating much easier.
A specially designed dish that enables one-handed dining.
A specially designed bowl that is easy to hold and can be used one-handed.
A handy plate that is easy to hold and has a specially shaped bowl to enable one-handed dining.
A specially designed plate and bowl that are useful for people that take longer to eat meals.
A well designed melamine dish that enables one-handed dining.
A transparent plastic ring that clips onto a plate to reduce mess.