Hi, my name is spencerenglish12! What things do you think an adaptable turning BBQ tool should have? — Scope | Disability forum
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Hi, my name is spencerenglish12! What things do you think an adaptable turning BBQ tool should have?

spencerenglish12 Member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi All
I am researching an adaptable BBQ utensil for disabled users to have when turning meat/sausages. This is for my GCSE in Design Technology. Before I go too far, are there any really obvious things that you think a turning BBQ tool should have? For my self i have a disability in my right arm  (hemiplegia) witch makes it difficult to do stuff with my right arm, especially at BBQ time.  

any help you could give me with this would be fantastic as I am hoping to create a useful tool as part of my project. 


  • Tori_Scope
    Tori_Scope Posts: 9,540 Scope online community team
    Hi @spencerenglish12 :) Thanks for joining the community, and for posting about your project. It sounds great!

    Am I right in thinking that you won't be collecting any of our members' details? Are you just after some general feedback?

    P.S. I've moved your post into our news and opportunities category for now, as that's where research-type posts are posted.
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