Mandy Haberman is a British inventor with a purpose. She has dedicated her life to creating innovative products. Her first invention was the Haberman Feeder. Like many design projects, it was triggered by the need to improve quality of life and well-being. Her daughter Emily was born with feeding difficulties so Mandy designed and developed this bottle specifically for breast-fed babies. Over the past 30 years, it has become an essential medical tool that is widely used for a variety of feeding difficulties.
The Haberman Feeder® can be used for feeding babies with severe feeding problems such as Down Syndrome, cleft lip/palate, Pierre Robin syndrome, neurological dysfunction, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, congenital heart disease, genetic disorders, disorganised sucking problems, excessive air intake during feeding and oral and facial abnormalities
The Haberman Anywayup® Classic Cup (on the left) and the Anywayup® Cow Cup (on the right), the world’s totally first non-spill cup
The Suckle Feeder®, a multi-award winning feeder that emulates breastfeeding is designed for paced feeding
Mandy tells us more about the Haberman® Feeder, the Anywayup® non-spill toddler trainer cup and the Suckle Feeder, in this video: