Liftware Level Self-Stabilizing Spoon

(1 customer review)


The leveling handle is designed to accommodate limited hand and arm mobility that may be related to conditions like cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or post-stroke deficits. The handle includes built-in sensors, a computer, and motors. The soup spoon attachment connects to the stabilizing handle, holds about 1 tablespoon (15mL) of liquid, and can pick up food such as soups, cereals and other liquids.

Note: The leveling handle is also compatible with the fork attachment which is sold separately.

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Introducing Liftware Level
Stefanie uses Liftware Level


Liftware Level

Liftware Level — A computerized handle that keeps its attachments level for those with limited hand or arm mobility, which may be associated with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, Huntington’s disease, or post-stroke deficits, eat more easily.

Adapts to your range of motion

Liftware Level uses electronic motion-stabilizing technology to keep your utensil level, regardless of how your hand or arm twists, bends, or moves. Watch Stefanie use Liftware Level to accommodate her range of motion.

It’s smart

The leveling handle contains sensors that detect changes from the intended movement of the hand in 3 dimensions. To level the utensil, the computer directs two motors in the handle to bend the flexible gray joint, keeping the attachment at the right angle.


You can use Liftware Level as a soup spoon or fork.


Advanced sensors, motors, and an onboard computer work to actively detect and counteract unintended movements.


Battery lasts for one hour of continuous use (approximately 3 meals) on a single charge.

It’s easy to use

Liftware Level includes two parts: a leveling handle and a utensil attachment. Connect the attachment to turn it on automatically, enjoy your meal, then simply plug it in to charge.

1 review for Liftware Level Self-Stabilizing Spoon

  1. mama Clifford

    I got this for my husband and I feel he would have loved it more if I had gotten it right after his stroke, now he has gotten so used to eating with his left hand that he doesn’t even want to try using his right, I keep on asking him too, but all our stroke camp friends were amazed by it and asked me for details on where to find. treat product!

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