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"I have 6,500 residents who eat three times a day. That’s over 19,000 times each day that your design could help people just in our facilities"  ​​
by Juliet Holt-Klinger,
Brookdale Senior Living

Media coverage of Eatewll

"New Old" Exhibition: Designing for our future selves, 2020 - Pratt, the design museum manhattan gallery  

"5 Senses" Exhibition, 2019 - Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum​
Highlights from Designed in California, 2018- SFMOMA

Golden Pin Design Award announces 2017 Design Mark recipients - Asia Today
The 25 Best Inventions of 2016 - Time Magazine

Tableware designed for Alzheimer's patients CNN
Inspired By Her Grandmother, This Designer is Making Custom Tableware to Improve the Lives of Dementia Patients - GOOD Magazine 
Fun, Colorful Tableware Designed For Alzheimer's Patients - Fast Company
Compassionate new spoons and plates make it easier for people with Alzheimer's to eat- Mashable
This Colorful Dish Set Helps Alzheimer's Patients Eat- Newey
Designer Creates Tableware to Help People With Dementia - Mental-Floss

A Woman Designed Tableware For People With Alzheimer’s After Being Inspired By Her Late Grandmother - BuzzFeed
This woman’s grandma inspired her to make cleverly designed tableware for dementia patients - Metro UK 
Woman’s Invention Could Make Life Easier for People With Alzheimer’s Disease -MIGHTY
Design + Not Clay But… | Sha Yao: Eatwell Tableware for Special Needs - cFile
Designing a better way to cope with Alzheimer’s - PBS NewsHour
Designs for Patients with Dementia - Dwell
Young Prizewinners Help People With Dementia - Forbes
Stanford Center on Longevity competition challenges students to design products for seniors -Stanford Report 
Eatwell: Tableware set for people with cognitive impairment - AARP International
A tableware set for people with Alzheimer’s by Sha Yao -Alzheimer-Architecture
2014 The Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) finalist- IDEA
Stanford Students Find Way To Improve Senior Living - Sunrise Senior Living
Winners of Stanford Center on Longevity’s Design Challenge -MedGadget 

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