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Kitchen Aids Assist Persons with Disabilities

Published: 2009-06-11 - Updated: 2020-11-13
Author: Disabled World | Contact: Disabled World (www.disabled-world.com)

Synopsis: Kitchen mobility aids are usually small and often relatively basic items but can make life a lot easier for persons with disabilities. Wheeled trolleys enable you to take items to and from the kitchen, can help with walking, and can also be used in other rooms as well. A kettle tipper is a device that supports the weight of the kettle in a cradle and enables the kettle to be tipped, so that the user doesn't have to take the weight of the kettle.

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If you have mobility or dexterity problems, perhaps carrying out daily kitchen tasks is proving more difficult.


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Kitchen mobility aids are usually small and often relatively basic items, but can make life a lot easier. A jar opener or tap turner might not be an obvious purchase when compared to a mobility scooter, but it is likely to be used just as often, if not more often.

There is a diverse assortment of kitchen disability aids available, ranging from jar and bottle openers, trolleys, cutlery and crockery, tap and knob turners, kettle tippers, non-slip mats and cutting boards, to food preparation utensils, perching stools and many many more products.

Woman ladles soup with her right hand from a pot into a bowl she holds with her left hand.
Woman ladles soup with her right hand from a pot into a bowl she holds with her left hand.

Types of Kitchen Aids Include:

Here are several examples of types of kitchen daily living aids that can help with food preparation and cooking:

These types of healthcare products are often recommended by Occupational Therapists and other healthcare experts. Kitchen mobility aids, such as these, can be the difference between somebody being able to cook for themselves and having to rely on someone else to cook for them. Many more daily living aid products are available which can benefit those with limited mobility or dexterity.

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Cite Page: Journal: Disabled World. Language: English (U.S.). Author: Disabled World. Electronic Publication Date: 2009-06-11 - Revised: 2020-11-13. Title: Kitchen Aids Assist Persons with Disabilities, Source: <a href=https://www.disabled-world.com/fitness/cooking/disability-kitchen-aids.php>Kitchen Aids Assist Persons with Disabilities</a>. Retrieved 2021-08-02, from https://www.disabled-world.com/fitness/cooking/disability-kitchen-aids.php - Reference: DW#306-1723.