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Assistive Cups
for Adults and

Effective Feeding & Swallowing Solutions

Watching a loved one wither away from insufficient food and liquid intake or choke and cough when eating is traumatic.

At Lifemere we have taken a medical, nutritional and practical approach to providing you with products that offer solutions to make mealtimes more efficient, safe and enjoyable for those experiencing feeding and swallowing difficulties.

Restoring Dignity

A large emphasis on “restoring dignity”emerged in Aged Care and Palliative Care.

Our “smart design” concept emphasising appeal, independent feeding and limiting spill target this specific need.

People we help



  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Stroke
  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Dementia


  • Cleft lip/palate
  • Developmental Disability
  • The RoseCup system is not currently suitable for use in babies


The RoseCup is a unique drinking cup designed specifically to assist people who are experiencing eating difficulties or dysphagia symptoms. The RoseCup and specialised attachments assist in safer swallowing, hydration and nutrition. It is a Class 1 Medical Feeding Device, developed and manufactured in Australia and registered with the TGA.

Clinical Trials and Testimonies

"My son had a stroke when he was 16 months old and has dysphagia following the stroke. He is only able to drink moderately thick fluids by mouth in controlled quantities following his stroke. The Rosecup has made his liquid feedings much easier. Prior to the obtaining the Rosecup we needed to spoonfeed my son his fluids. Now we are able to fill his cup with moderately thick fluid and allow him to feed himself. There are very limited options on the market for cups to use to dispense controlled amounts of moderately thick fluids. We are so happy we discovered the Rosecup!"

Anonymous, A Mother from USA
We recognise the day-to-day challenges of both sufferers and carers and will continue to develop specialised products to assist dysphagia patients and carers of those within every age group and level of disability.