Starter kits

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Encouraging independence with eating and drinking

The best way to understand the supportive features of the ORNAMIN tableware is to try it out. Therefore ORNAMIN offers starter kits in different sizes at special prices, so you, your patients or residents have the opportunity to find out how the hidden features encourage independence with eating and drinking. We are looking forward to your feedback!

1x Mug with Internal Cone

Model 207

limited movement in the neck and arms; dysphagia

1x Drinking Lid

Model 813

dysphagia; swallowing difficulties; shaky hand or tremor; limited movement in the neck

1x Plate with Sloped Base

Model 901

limited movement in hands; shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

+ information material

1x Mug with Internal Cone

Model 207

limited movement in the neck and arms; dysphagia

1x Non-slip Cup with Flower

Model 820

numb fingers; clammy or shaky hands; tremor

1x Drinking Lid

Model 813

dysphagia; swallowing difficulties; shaky hand or tremor; limited movement in the neck

1x Plate with Sloped Base

Model 902

limited movement in hands, shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

1x Keep Warm Plate

Model 201

slow eating

1x Non-slip Board

1x Food Preparation Help

Model 900 / Model 960

limited movement in hands; shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

+ information material

THE RED RANGE

The functional tableware by ORNAMIN is based on one main principle: eating is a visual process too. Clear shapes and contrasting colours help to make eating and drinking simpler and easier to do. Our tip: Red is the colour of dementia because it has a positive effect on the appetite, provides orientation and is a colour that those living with dementia can still recognise even in the advanced stages and it makes contrasts in colour easy to see.

ORNAMIN white plate: how to see with declining vision

1x Mug with Internal Cone

Model 207

limited movement in the neck and arms; dysphagia

1x Drinking Lid

Model 813

dysphagia; swallowing difficulties; shaky hands or tremor; limited movement in the neck

1x Plate with Sloped Base

Model 901

limited movement in hands; shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

1x Non-slip Board

Model 900

limited movement in hands; shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

1x Cutlery set

limited movement in hands; shaky hands or tremor; limited motor skills or one-handed

+ information material

The amazing six

How do you ensure that food maintains the right temperature for longer when serving slow eaters? Which characteristics should children’s tableware offer? Or how would people who, for instance, can only use one hand prefer their tableware to be designed? These are just a few of the many questions we address. Thanks to the ingenuity of our developers and designers as well as the helpful tips provided by our customers, we have developed six features that allow people with disabilities to maintain their independence when eating and drinking.

Sloped base

Design with a whole new slant. The colourful, attractive plate boasts a cleverly concealed sloped base and discreet protruding lip, both of which make it easier for people eating with one hand to access food with a fork or spoon.

Internal cone

Raise your mug, not your head. The cone-shaped interior allows you to drink from the mug without tilting your head back, so that people who have physical limitations or are bed-bound can drink with ease.

ORNAMIN Mug with Internal Cone

Raised edges

Spreading made easy. A slightly raised surface can make all the difference – for instance, when you can only use one hand. That’s why our bread and butter board has raised edges on three sides that will prevent a slice of bread from sliding off.

Thermal function

Hot stays hot and cold stays cold. This function takes the form of a hollow space along the floor and sides that can be filled with water, thus maintaining the correct temperature and allowing you to take your time enjoying your food or drink.

Non-slip function

Well in hand. Just try to keep your hands off these products. Decorative features, grip pads and a mug sleeve made of a special non-slip material ensure a firm grip even when hands are clammy, shaky or lack sensation.

Brake function

This is a non-slip zone. Sometimes it is the areas you are least likely to notice that conceal something special. In the case of our plates and bowls, it is under the base, where a clever non-slip ring ensures that nothing slides around when you are eating.


Looking for more products?

In the shop you find more products as well as information regarding eating and drinking with disabilities and diseases such as MS, Parkinson’s or after a stroke. We gladly help you to find the right product for your patient’s needs.