We suggest you complete our short questionnaire to find out which attachment is most likely to meet your needs. This questionnaire does not replace a diagnosis from your GP or Speech Pathologist. If you have concerns, please see your GP.
Dysphagia is a serious medical condition that is diagnosed by your Gp and a Speech Pathologist. Please see them if you have any concerns.
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Utilising the RoseCup system to take thickened liquids in reclined or dorsal positions (laying on the back) might appear to be a natural solution in some clinical scenarios i.e. post-operative recovery, spinal injuries, multiple injuries or neurological conditions. Especially using the soft spouts might resemble the safe drinking of a baby taking a bottle while lying on his back.
While a method of swallowing initiated by tongue-suck action might well activate effective and safe intrinsic reflex cascades, Lifemere has NOT conducted any research studies to validate such an assumption. Using the system for feeding in reclined and dorsal positions is entirely up to the discretion and responsibility of the clinician and end user.
Take our short questionnaire to discover which products will best meet your needs.
The RoseCup is a registered as a Class 1 Medical Device with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration TGA. (All medical devices marketed in Australia must meet the requirements which are set out in Chapter 4 of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, and in the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulations 2002.)
Disclaimer - The RoseCup product range is designed to help reduce the risk of aspiration in patients with dysphagia (swallowing disorders) when used according to the product guidelines and recommendations. The product range does not prevent aspiration. The website Questionnaire is designed as a guide only, to assist with product selection. It is not to be used to replace a medical diagnosis. Please see your GP if you are experiencing difficulty swallowing or eating. Product selection and use is undertaken at the consumer's discretion and risk.