Intelligent tableware: special eating aids
The intelligent ORNAMIN special eating aids have supporting features invisibly hidden in the design that facilitate independent eating and provide helpful support especially after a stroke, in the case of dementia, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease.
Special aids with hidden functions
The intelligent ORNAMIN eating aids have invisible supporting features hidden in the design that make independent eating easier. They look like ordinary tableware and not like classic care aids. Whether special plates with a sloping inner base and raised rim, non-slip plates and bowls, one-handed aids for eating with only one hand or in the case of severe tremor: the special aids promote independent eating and provide helpful support, especially after a stroke and in the case of illnesses such as dementia, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease. The ORNAMIN care aids promote independence and are an important everyday aid for professional and home caregivers. People with disabilities and senior citizens also appreciate the ORNAMIN functional tableware as useful everyday helpers.
Better than plate guards and anti-slip mats
Plate guards, special plates with invisible sloped base and chopping boards with raised edges have become indispensable in today's care. One disadvantage of classic care products, however, is that their special features clearly make them stand out as tableware for people with disabilities. In order to avoid this stigmatisation by 'disabled tableware', the supporting tricks have been cleverly hidden in the design of the ORNAMIN care aids. The ORNAMIN special plates replace plate guards, non-slip mats and plates for feeding, especially in cases of severe tremor. The non-slip plates and bowls are a useful aid in various disabilities to make it easier to pick up food independently. The non-slip, ergonomic ORNAMIN special cutlery functions like curved one-handed cutlery with a one-handed function or a dysphagia spoon and, like all ORNAMIN care dishes, can be used with one hand.