Our one-handed kitchen tools and good grip utensils can help with tasks such as opening jars, chopping vegetables and cooking food as well as preparing hot drinks with the help of lightweight kettles and tippers, making them ideal for one-handed use or anyone living with dexterity conditions such as arthritis and tremors. When it comes to preparing food and cooking, our adapted utensils and cookware can make time in the kitchen easy and enjoyable again. Our storage solutions for the kitchen can help keep your food fresher for longer as well as providing extra space to keep your produce.
Come dine with us and our fabulous collection of eating and dining aids. Our range of drinkware has a variety of solutions to assist with dining for anyone living with a disability or health condition which may prohibit them from using standard drinking cups and mugs. With a selection of two handled mugs, drinking cups with spouted lids, nose cut-out beakers and accessories such as elongated straws and reusable lids, drinking can be made spill-free and easy.
When it comes to mealtimes, here at Ability Superstore, we believe inclusivity is important and eating food should be made as enjoyable as possible, no matter your ability. Our collection of cutlery and dining aids incorporate modern design with practicality. Add safety and security to a hot plate by placing it on one of our non-slip table mats and create a beautiful meal space with our adaptive tableware. Our disability cutlery provides assistance with eating by offering a variety of cutlery sets with adaptations such as weight, angled and built-up handles, specialist coatings as well as utensil holder straps and one-handed eating options such as the 'Knork'. Our range of adaptive cutlery for arthritis is attractive and effortlessly blends in with any kitchen so that you can dine in style with all the right support. You can also browse our dining bibs and clothing protectors to help keep clothing free from spills!
When turning your kitchen into an accessible space, incorporating disability equipment for the kitchen such as perching stools, dining trolleys and serving trays can help create a kitchen that is easy to navigate and provides you with all the necessary assistance you may need. A perching stool can provide a short rest when cooking and is also useful for household chores such as ironing. We also stock a huge range of other household cleaning tools such as long-handled dusters and dish washing aids. Wheeled dining trolleys and one-handed trays can provide a steady surface to help with the transfer of meals and drinks from room to room.