Clever Spoon Helps Parkinson’s Patients Eat Despite Their Shaky Hands

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jun 22, 2014   |   1:16PM   |   Washington, DC

Extreme disabilities is one of the reasons euthanasia activists cite as a reason to legalize assisted suicide. But what if we set out to provide help and care for patients with extremely difficult medical conditions rather than push for their death as a solution.

spoonHere’s one invention that provides a helpful solution to a problem Parkinson’s patients have.

A San Francisco startup by the name of “Lift Labs” raised $1 million from angel investors last year to launch their first product, Liftware. A spoon using camera stabilizing technology to help people with Parkinson’s disease eat more easily.

Necessity still is the mother of invention and this time for a good cause of helping the disabled!

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