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The lounge and kitchen area brings together all our resources to make life easier in both of these rooms.
 
The kitchen may need some adjustment to enable a person with disabilities to manage independently. Fortunately, there are now height adjustable and freestanding kitchen units available in various kitchen ranges. You can view these, as well as various nifty fittings to make a kitchen more user-friendly in our design section.
 
Arthritis, stroke and other conditions can all lead to reduced dexterity and a weakened grip, which can make preparing food and other kitchen chores more difficult. Check out a range of utensils that have been designed for using one-handed, or with little or no effort. And finally, as far as the kitchen is concerned, a useful section to help with eating and drinking, for anyone who finds these essential daily activities a challenge.
 
Comfortable seating – that you can get in and out of easily – is a must-have element of any lounge. We take a look at powered rise and recliners for luxurious comfort, as well as alternative forms of seating that you might not have considered. If you have a favourite chair that is no longer easy to use, there may be a solution for that also.
 
If you suffer with backache, as many of us do, the back support section will be of interest to you.
 
What are you up to when you are sitting in your lounge? Whether it’s watching TV, reading or pursuing a hobby, there are some useful aids to make it easier.
 
Links to the pages you can find in the Lounge & Kitchen section:
 
Kitchen Design accessibility for all users
 
Easy Utensils food preparation made easy
 
Eating & Drinking Aids to help with various conditions
 
You might also like to review our extensive kitchen safety feature in the advice centre
 
Comfortable Seating – rise and recliners, fireside chairs, chair raisers, and some alternative seating options
 
Back Support from cushions to massage units
 
Help with Hobbies
 

Help with Hobbies

A change of pace, with some ideas for indoor hobbies. Don’t forget to let us know about any activities you enjoy or hobby-related products you find useful.Send us an email! […]

lumbar support from Airospring

Back Support

Back Support and Care From cushions and supports to massage aids and specialist seating, there are many products available to help ensure that you can protect your back and sit […]

aids to eating and drinking

Eating & Drinking Aids

You will find more information about eating and drinking aids here, to help with a range of issues, including weakened grip, tremor, swallowing problems, etc. Click to go straight to […]

nonslip board and helper from Ornamin

Easy Utensils & Food Prep

If you have reduced dexterity or a weak grip, food preparation can be more manageable with the help of a few easy utensils… Opening jars, cutting bread, mixing, grating vegetables […]

Kitchen Design

As with bathrooms, kitchen manufacturers are beginning to recognise the needs of elderly and disabled customers with a growing range of thoughtfully designed kitchens. Some of the kitchen design features […]