As part of our kitchen accessories range, we offer a number of high-quality kitchen steps and stools for the elderly and disabled. These devices allow you, or a loved one, to spend more time in the kitchen – whether that’s preparing food or simply making a cup of tea – by allowing you to rest on the stool or steps.
Kitchen adaptations for the elderly are all about making sure your life is made easier in the kitchen. So, our non slip mats that make preparing food easier and our dinner trays with carry handles that allow you to safely carry drinks and snacks are must-have items for your kitchen.
If you live with a disability or have reduced grip, a knob turner is the ideal kitchen accessory for you. Easily turn the oven on or set the microwave to your desired setting with one of these handy devices. Designed to firmly grip a dial or knob, simply attach the device and turn in the direction you need. You’ll be able to cook delicious meals for the family without assistance – perfect for building up your independence in the kitchen.
At Complete Care Shop, we’re determined to help and support you towards increased independence in your every day. With an excellent rating on Trustpilot, it’s clear that we’re a reliable supplier of high-quality kitchen accessories. If you have any questions about our products, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Kitchen Accessories FAQs
Kitchen accessories for the elderly and disabled should have ergonomic designs with easy-to-grip handles to reduce strain. Non slip bases provide stability, while one-handed operation allows for independent use. Lightweight materials minimise fatigue and large, easy-to-read markings assist those with visual impairments.
Kitchen accessories like adaptive cutting boards with corner guards and spikes and easy-to-use utensils with larger handles can simplify meal preparation.
Yes, many kitchen accessories designed for elderly and disabled users are versatile and can be used by everyone in the household. These accessories are often intended to improve safety, ergonomics and ease of use for all individuals, regardless of age or ability. For example, utensils with easy grip handles or cutting boards with non slip bases can benefit everyone, not just those with specific mobility challenges. Incorporating these adaptive kitchen accessories can make meal preparation more convenient and enjoyable for everyone in the home.