Freedom Extra Long Flexible Drinking Straw

Freedom Extra Long Flexible Drinking Straw

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Freedom Extra Long Flexible Drinking Straw is designed for people with disabilities. These straws are washable, reusable and can be cut with standard scissors to the desired length. The extra-long flexible drinking straws bend at three points for ease of use in just about any position.

Benefits of Extra Long Straw

  • Ideal for hands-free drinking
  • Polypropylene and BPA free
  • 3 flexible sections for ideal positioning
  • 28 inches long
  • Hygienic and washable




Note: Glass shown with the image is not included

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
FYE-101 Length: 28" 10/Pack $0.47
FYE-101 Length: 28" 10/Pack, 30Pk/Case $10.76

Freedom Extra Long Drinking Straw Features

  • Bendable at three points, and can also be cut with scissors easily to gain the desired length
  • A flexible section at each end and in the center will allow the user to bend the straw to the best position for drinking
  • It has three flexible sections, allowing the individual to bend the straw to the perfect angle
  • Extra-long flexible drinking straws will easily reach the individual's mouth from long distances
  • This eliminates the need to lift a drink from a wheelchair or tray cupholder, or worse, stoop over to the level of the cup
  • Extra length is ideal for wheelchair cup holders, tables at restaurants, or even at home
  • People with arthritis will find these reusable extra-long drinking straws helpful for accessing beverages easily
  • Great for standard tables and restaurants
  • Provides flexibility and stability for hands-free drinking
  • The perfect addition to our Freedom Cupholders and Freedom Wheelchair Cupholders
  • Inside Diameter: 0.35 inches
  • Available in a package of 10 straws
  • Washable and Reusable
  • These straws are 28 inches long
  • Color: White
  • Material: Polypropylene, BPA free

When are Freedom Adaptive Drinking Straw used?

  • Dementia
  • Difficulty Swallowing
  • Wrist Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Elbow Injury
  • Weak Eyesight

What to buy with Extra Long Drinking Aid Straw

What causes difficulty in handling Drinking Cups?

The following are the reasons which cause difficulties in handling cups and drinking successfully:

  • Loss of sensation in hands, and as a result that the user has difficulty feeling the cup he/she is holding
  • Reduced grip due to pain, joint deformity, or stiffness
  • Stiffness or pain in arms, neck, and shoulders, making it difficult to bring the cup close to the mouth
  • Inability to control the amount of liquid entering the mouth
  • Lack of muscle control
  • Sight loss or impaired vision
  • Slow movements

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