Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Accessible Cooking and Eating Aids

Accessible cutteryFind cooking and eating aids and easy grip drinking and feeding items such as easy grip cutlery, easier to handle cups, nonslip mats and plates and other kitchen and dining aids in this his area of ABLEize to assist all disabilities including those with limited dexterity and arthritis and poor grip.

Accessible eating, dining and drinking aids often make life so much easier for the disabled person with limited grip or arthritis along with other daily living aids such as cups, bibs, stools and lap trays often prove to be a valuable aid to eating and drinking with ease and offering greater levels of independence.  If you have a website that sells cooking and eating aids and you would like to promote them extensively throughout the Internet via ABLEize along with the promotion of any Facebook and Twitter pages then simply click the Submit Your Site button at the top of this page and receive greater sales.

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Supplying food preparation, eating and drinking aids including easy tip kettles, cutlery, plates and dishes to aid the disabled and elderly with limited grip and hand dexterity.

Find a selection of easy grip cooking and eating aids and cutlery to make eating and preparing food easier. Cutlery options are large easy grip handles, bright colours to assist the vision impaired and angled cutlery adapted to the users grip.

An official NHS advice site offering details for carers in the area of feeding people with a range of conditions and disabilities as well as highlighting eating and drinking aids that can help with greater independence.

Providing details of cooking and food preparation items for the blind and visually impaired along with advice and tips in all areas of cooking. Also offers good advice in the areas of colour contrast and lighting to assist the visually impaired. Includes the RNIB helpline number.

Offering practical tips for cooking and eating with limited hand dexterity as a spinal cord injured person. Includes examples of the many aids on the market and kitchen modifications to assist wheelchair users in the kitchen.