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  • UpCup the most inclusive drinking cup UpCup the most inclusive drinking cup

    We want to bring back people’s freedom,
    help lift the self-sustainability and create better experiences.

    Through co-creation and participative innovation through and with healthcare professionals we create everyday inclusive healthcare products or ADL aids without stigma,

    designed for dignity.

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    • We are pleased to announce our newest product: the UpCup!

      We offer temporary pre-order conditions with an extra discount! This advanced drinking cup is specially designed for elderly and all persons with disabilities or with strength-, coordination- or swallowing- disorders, or for people who have difficulty drinking independently.

      The UpCup will be available by summer and will be sold at a gross list price of 19,99€ incl. VAT/piece.

    • The importance of ADL tools and co-creation in the healthcare sector

      This blog post discusses the added value of co-creating ADL tools in the current healthcare sector and economically turbulent times, outlining how hospitals and nursing homes can optimally benefit from this solution.

    • THEOMATIK makes eating easier and more fun again!

      Theomatik® is a table aid lunch plate that allows people with one functional arm to eat independently again. Both at home and while on the move.

      It’s good for the user’s self-esteem & dignity. People are proud that they can spread their own sandwiches again.

    • Global burden of stroke*

      EVERY YEAR, 12,2 MILLION PEOPLE WORLDWIDE ARE AFFECTED BY A STROKE ALSO KNOWN AS A CVA: cerebrovascular accident. Of this number, 4 million people remain permanently disabled. Their lives are forever changed. Strokes may lead to severe complications.

    • AZ Groeninge innovates with new drinking cup UpCup: “Empowering patients to drink independently”

      AZ Groeninge now utilizes the UpCup for patients facing difficulties in drinking. The UpCup is an innovative project that includes input from the patients themselves.