STROKE TABLEWARE


Sustainably independent - Special features for stroke patients

Teller mit Kipp-Trick gefüllt mit Suppe. A plate with a special features filled with soup.

INDEPENDENT EATING AIDS

The possible consequences of a stroke, such as hemiplegia, sensory disturbances in the arms and legs, speech and vision disorders, make it difficult for many stroke patients to return to everyday life. However, it is important to quickly relearn everyday movements through practice. This also includes eating independently, because it promotes self-esteem and enjoyment. This is where inconspicuous eating aids come into play. They activate and help to develop existing skills. In this way, eating is practised, tried out and lost abilities are restored step by step.

To Eating Aids
SPOON GUARD, SET OF 3

£14.00*
CUTLERY SET
Version

£97.00*
LARGE PLATE WITH SLOPED BASE
Version
+6

Variants from £18.00*
£20.50*
Tip
SMALL PLATE WITH SLOPED BASE
Version
+9

Variants from £16.00*
£19.50*
SMALL NON-SLIP BOARD
Version
+1

£17.50*
LARGE NON-SLIP BOARD WITH FOOD PREPARATION HELP
Version
+1

£23.50*

INDEPENDENT DRINKING AIDS

To activate healing processes, drinking is essential - but please not from a stigmatising sippy cup, because drinking is unfamiliar and very dangerous, especially with hot drinks. This leads to insecurity and rejection. Cups with special features discreetly hidden in the design make independent drinking possible without stigmatisation. The ergonomically shaped handles enable safe holding even with limited hand motor skills, inconspicuous drinking attachments dose the drink and prevent bad spill accidents.

To Drinking Aids
Ein älterer Herr hält eine Tasse mit Kipp-Trick. An elderly gentleman holds a mug with special features.
Tip
MUG
Version
+8

£8.50*
MUG WITH INTERNAL CONE
Version
+6

£8.00*
MUG WITH INTERNAL CONE WITH THERAPEUTIC DRINKING LID
Version
+5

£9.50*
Tip
NON-SLIP CUP WITH FLOWER
Version
+7

Variants from £4.50*
£6.00*

SPECIAL EATING AND DRINKING AIDS FOR STROKE PATIENTS

Movement disorders, swallowing disorders (dysphagia), visual disturbances or hemiplegia are common for the consequences of a stroke. The ORNAMIN stroke tableware was developed especially for this diagnosis. Integrated supportive features enable stroke patients to eat and drink independently. The functional tableware serves as a great support in the everyday life of those affected as well as caring relatives.