Dementia Set

Dementia tableware to support independent eating and drinking.

€32.00*

Available, delivery time 1-3 days

Version
Product number: S901-1v583
Product Information "Dementia Set"
Area: Impaired vision, Neck complaints, dysphagia, Shaky hands, clammy hands, stiff fingers
Features: Internal cone, Non-Slip Function, Sloped Base
Use & care: BPA free, dishwasher safe, food-suitable, not microwaveable
Area: Impaired vision, Neck complaints, dysphagia, Shaky hands, clammy hands, stiff fingers
Features: Internal cone, Non-Slip Function, Sloped Base
Use & care: BPA free, dishwasher safe, food-suitable, not microwaveable
Independent eating and drinking with dementia
The set consists of the components - also available separately - plate with tilt trick ø 26 cm, cup with drink trick 140 ml, cup with anti-slip flower 220 ml and drinking lid with all-round openings.

At last, the desire to eat again
Eating and drinking habits can often change in people with dementia. Creating safety and orientation is particularly important in such cases. Clear shapes and distinct colour contrasts help people to perceive food and drink more easily. ORNAMIN's functional tableware is adapted to precisely these requirements, making everyday life easier especially in geriatrics, home and inpatient care, retirement homes, homes for the elderly and nursing homes. In this way, the independence and thus the quality of life of those affected can be maintained and promoted.

The red series
The colour red plays an important role in connection with dementia. It provides orientation, stimulates the appetite and is still easily recognised by people suffering from dementia. For this functional reason, the individual set components of the Alzheimer's tableware are provided with clear red colour accents, which also ensure an appealing design.

Invisibly tricky
The special thing about this dinnerware set is not simply the colour red. Both the plate and both drinking cups have tricks invisibly hidden in the design. These make the set a real everyday helper; both for the sufferer and for the nursing staff or caring relatives. In addition, those affected are not stigmatised or excluded by obvious "special crockery".

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