Cutting Tools for Individuals with Hemiplegia
Other Kitchen Tools for Individuals with Hemiplegia
One Handed Cutting Boards have a section shaped like a triangle with a raised lip so the bread stays still while you spread. Look for a cutting board that has a vise and stainless steel spikes that will hold objects so that you can cut them. Rubber suction feet that secure the board to the counter are helpful.
Opening Items in the Kitchen, Using One Hand
SoloGrip Jar and Bottle Opener works like a vise to hold various size bottles or jars securely as you remove the lids
One touch can opener
EZ Squeeze one-handed can opener
Other Cooking Ideas
- Dycem Mats grip on both sides of its surface and help keep plates and bowls from sliding
- Bowls with a rubber finish on the bottom will help the bowl remain stable on the counter top
- Medicine droppers usually have small increments marked on them – perfect for making small measurements
- Food Processors can make chopping easier
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