ORNAMIN offers product trainings for you and your team to get in touch with the ORNAMIN eating and drinking aids and to assure yourself of the support they give to people living with physical disabilities or mental issues. We provide you with special documents for the trainings and come also to your place. Additionally, we offer advice and product trainings through the phone or we can also plan a joint video call to talk about the ORNAMIN range. Please let us know, if this is something of your interest.
Interactive product trainings
Despite that our products are intuitively and easily usable, there is more useful to know about their special features. In our interactive product trainings our expert explains:
– how to make eating and drinking easy for everyone
– worth knowing details about the used materials such as melamine
– use and care instructions of the products
ORNAMIN knows the needs of people with disabilities as well as the concerns of relatives and caregivers who care for people in need of care at home or in an institution due to many years of cooperation with people in need of care. The functional tableware by ORNAMIN made of melamine aims to maintain the independence of people in need of care through active therapy.
In the UK a lot of elderly people are malnourished in long-term care institutions and hospitals – with serious nutritional consequences: increasing physical weakness, increased risk of pressure sores, bedsore, falls, susceptibility to infections, increased loss of mental abilities as well as depression and apathy. The consequence: The need for care increases. We offer trainings to specific topics such as:
– eating and drinking with dementia
– eating and drinking with all senses
– independent food intake for people with disabilities
– diseases dementia, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson‘s
– activating care with eating and drinking aids
– expert standard for nutrition
expert standard for
nutrition is implemented
at the table is encouraged
and drinking is enabled
„The aim of care is often not healing but support in everyday activities. Despite possible health impairments or permanent disabilities, residents should maintain or regain a high degree of independence and personal freedom.“
Siegfried Huhn (2009): Praxisheft Ernährungsmanagement, p. 25.
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