Living with arthritic pain limits what you can do in the kitchen, but with our high-quality devices, you can get back to normality. Easily open jars and bottles with our Universal Jar and Bottle Opener or our 6 in 1 multi bottle opener. We have a wide variety of bottle-opening products that can make preparing meals easy again.
In our range of kitchen aids for arthritis, we have a number of utensils that can make challenging tasks more simple. For example, use an Easi Grip Bread Knife to cut your slices, use the potato masher with a comfortable grip, and a Good Grips Angled Measuring Jug. This device has revolutionised liquid measuring with an angled surface that lets you read measurement markings by looking straight down into the jug, so you don't have to bend and read the side of the jug.
We have a team of Occupational Therapists who have tried and tested our kitchen aids and are proud to give them the OT-recommended seal of approval. Keep an eye out for the green sticker when browsing our products!
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence daily. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality kitchen aids for people living with arthritis. If you have any questions about our products, please contact us.
The best types of kitchen aids for people with arthritis vary depending on the specific needs and limitations of the individual. However, some common kitchen aids include ergonomic utensils with easy-to-grip handles, jar openers, electric can openers, adaptive cutting boards with stabilising features, and appliances like food processors and blenders for chopping and blending tasks. It's essential to choose aids that suit your specific challenges and make kitchen tasks more manageable.
Yes, there are many kitchen aids designed to make cooking and meal preparation easier for individuals with arthritis. Some of these aids include adaptive cutlery with larger, non-slip handles, jar and bottle openers with leverage mechanisms, electric can openers, and specially designed knives with easy-to-grip handles. Devices like countertop mixers and food processors can assist with chopping, blending, and mixing, reducing the strain on arthritic hands.
Yes, occupational therapists are experts in assisting individuals with arthritis and other conditions to regain independence in daily activities. They can evaluate your specific needs and recommend suitable kitchen aids. If you have arthritis and need assistance, consider consulting an occupational therapist for personalised guidance on selecting the right aids for your situation.