The toolkit can get broken, lost, or thrown away when children are getting older. Furthermore, people may forget how to use the toolkit or the toolkit may not become part of daily habits and behavior. Once the funding and/or implementation of this solution stops, the toolkit and knowledge may then fade away over time. Another concern when implementing this solution is its changing target group, due to children growing up and children being born. Therefore, it is important to make the whole community aware of this tool and its benefits. Handing out the toolkits for a low amount of money may lead to a lower attachment to this tool and increases the risk of the tool not being used or thrown away. To increase attachment to this tool, emotional engagement can be induced, e.g. via name or figure engravements on the plate and/or spoon.