People with disabilities can huddle over a warm bowl of soup with the Freedom Soup Bowl. No worrying about spilling and getting burned.
Optimum size for a hardy soup dish
The Soup Bowl holds up to 15 ounces of soup in a way that makes it easy for people with Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, stroke and other conditions to scoop and slurp worry free. The Soup Bowl is small enough at 6 inches wide to provide easy access and still large enough to provide for a satisfying helping. At 1 and 3/4 inches deep, it is shallow enough for people who find it hard to reach down into deep bowls. With the Freedom Soup Plate, not a single drop has to go to waste.
A soup bowl that won’t tip
Eating soup from a normal bowl requires a tedious level of care that is a struggle to achieve with traditional bowls. The Freedom Soup Bowl takes away the struggle. The beauty of the Freedom Soup Bowl it what lies underneath — the patented Suction Base Pad. This no-slip, no-spill vacuum pad holds the bowl still on smooth, clean surfaces. Virtually no amount of pushing or hitting will dislodge the Suction Base Pad from its air-tight vacuum.
What it means for people with disabilities
For people with muscle weakness and exhaustion, the Suction Base Pad means they can rest their hand on the side of the bowl without the bowl sliding, or worse, tipping over and spilling. For people with hand tremors or cerebral palsy, it means not having to worry about muscle spasms resulting in a hot mess.
Perfect for the microwave
The Freedom Soup Bowl is made of durable, FDA-approved polypropylene materials, making it microwave-safe. The user can heat their favorite instant soup or restaurant leftovers. Then, the bowl screws onto the vacuum pad like a jam jar lid. It is by far the most convenient way to eat soup for people with a variety of disabilities.
Cleans with ease
The Freedom Soup Bowl is also dishwasher-safe on the top rack. The Suction Base Pad is not microwavable and should only be washed by hand.