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For most people, preparing and cleaning up after meals occupies much of our time each day. The ability to prepare meals allows us to meet our nutritional needs and helps the senior citizen to maintain their independence. Meal preparation may be difficult or impossible for individuals with physical disability but many devices are available which can make any work in the kitchen easier. Some kitchen aids are available in department stores, but a larger selection is available on-line. The kitchen aids most commonly used are for help in food storage, opening packages and containers, slicing, chopping, and mixing, hob and oven use, and kitchen clean-up.

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Kitchen aids are available now from many sites. Adapted mugs, cups and crockery can help if you have problems with your hands or arms. An insulated cup will enable you to rest your second hand on the base of the cup to assist and steady the manoeuvre of raising the cup to your mouth. A plate with a high curved rim is helpful if you eat with only one hand - you can push the food up against the rim to load into on to your fork or spoon. Kitchen aids also includes knives, forks and spoons with a larger grip, which are useful if you've got painful hands because your fingers don't need to be wrapped as tightly around the handle for a stable and secure hold. Cutlery with moulded handles that are shaped to fit the contours of the hand also can give a more comfortable, secure grip.

Many people are helped by a kitchen aid as they include items such as jar openers, one-handed aids, eating utensils, dishes, guards and cups. Kitchen aids for gripping and grasping and much more, like an audible kitchen timer that announces the time remaining during countdown, and continues to count out-loud after the timer has gone off. Useful for people with low vision. Another useful kitchen aid is magnetic can labels with a yellow surface that is easy to write on or to Braille. These allow people with low vision and blindness to help identify the contents of the cans by placing a magnetic label on it.


We hope this introduction to available kitchen aids has been useful. Many kitchen aids are inexpensive and can help with such problems as reaching items from low or high surfaces or allowing easy access to items in corner cabinets, as well as in the general cutting and slicing needed for meal preparation. You can click here or click on the link below to explore further.





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