Mugs with internal cone
The ORNAMIN special drinking aids enable independent drinking without moving the head and make the classic sippy cup superfluous. Particularly suitable for swallowing disorders (dysphagia), stroke, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.
The better alternative: ORNAMIN tableware with features
Conventional care dishes such as nose-cut cups, sippy cups, cups with spouts or dysphagia cups stigmatise people in need of care as users of 'disabled dishes'. In order to maintain independence, self-esteem and enjoyment for people with disabilities for as long as possible, ORNAMIN has developed intelligent special tableware with hidden functions, so-called 'tricks', that looks like ordinary tableware. The special feature: You can't see the features on the special drinking aids, because they are invisibly hidden in the design. The mu with internal cone , for example, enables independent drinking without moving the head. For this clever combination of stylish design and hidden functions, the ORNAMIN tableware with features has received numerous design prizes and awards.
Care aids for professional and home care
The ORNAMIN special drinking aids were developed together with people in need of care, occupational therapists and professional carers and are tailored to the special needs of patients, carers in retirement homes, nursing homes and hospital staff as well as caring relatives. The ORNAMIN tableware with hidden features can be used intuitively, relieve the burden on caregivers and increase the quality of life of those affected. The care aids include everyday aids for slow eating and drinking, non-slip aids, dementia tableware, Alzheimer's tableware, aids for the elderly and disabled tableware. The drinking aids promote independent drinking in the case of physical limitations and are suitable for home and professional care, especially for people with handicaps and in the case of illnesses such as stroke, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, Parkinson's disease and swallowing disorders (dysphagia).