Many assistive devices created over the years.
This week's #TetraTuesday post takes us way back in the archives to 1999!
Tetra was contacted by a client living with ALS who needed equipment that supported her ability to eat independently.
The volunteer assigned to her challenge devised what they called an ""Eating Machine"". It consisted of a spoon-holder and arm support and was also able to turn 45 degrees, ensuring the client could continue to independently feed herself.
To see more of the devices built by Tetra volunteers across the country, make sure to visit: https://tetrasociety.org/soluti