People have a real knack for improvising when it comes to getting things done. Even when we’re weak or disabled we tend to figure out a way to get those cans open, or cut that piece of meat, or finagle those blasted peas into our mouths, even if it means having someone do it for us. We forget though, or maybe don’t even consider, that there are products designed to do nothing more than make you more independent and make your life easier.
New! iTouchless products – Check out these stylish, ‘kitchen-forward’ 21st century gizmos including plastic bag resealers, electronic automatic pepper mill & salt grinder, paper towel dispenser, automatic water dispenser, automatic soap dispenser, recycle bins, trash cans and more. Great gifts.
High Chair with Adjustable Arms – Sit up high while working at the kitchen counter or sink with this adjustable height chair. Weight capacity is 300 lbs.
Easy-Grip Knives & Utensils – Perfect for weak hands and wrists. These lightweight, dishwasher safe tools have an ergonimcally angled handle to keep your wrist and hand in a natural position. Besides the knives, we have a grater, utensil rack, carving fork, cheese slicer, spatula and kitchen shears. Get them all!
The Rocking “T” Knife is our most popular rocker knife. It allows easy cutting for people with a weak grasp or the use of only one hand. Get the carrying case so you can take it with you when you eat out.
See more kitchen knives.
Paring Boards galore. There aren’t your everyday paring and cutting boards. Oh no. They have special doo hickies that stick up and hold your food in place so you don’t have to chase it around before you cut it. Some of them even have suction cups on the bottom (so you don’t have to chase the board too!).
Scrub brush for one handed use. It suctions to the counter so you can clean your vegetables, your dishes, your fingernails or even your dentures! Please don’t use the same one to clean everything, though. Please.
Pan Holder – Keep your pans from spinning while you stir with one hand. Folds for easy storage in your drawer.
Push/Pull Helper – If you have arthritic hands or weak hands, or short arms, or a bad back, use this nifty stick to push or pull oven racks or hot dishes. How about using it if you don’t want to get burned? That’s when I would use it.
Folding Shopping Cart – Okay, not technically a kitchen gadget, but they sell like hot cakes. Sturdy, super affordable and cool looking, you’ll whisk goods to and fro for years to come with this baby. Red or black. Get both.
The Scooper Bowls with Suction are our most popular eating aids. They stick to the table like glue and they are curved on the sides to allow you to get the food onto your fork instead of dumping it over the sides. Great for children and adults. See more scoop plates.
Cutlery – From forks to sporks, angled , built-up, left-handed or comfort-grip, we have what it takes to get the food from your plate to your mouth in the most efficient way possible. See all Eating Utensils.
Bibs – Keep your clothes clean with these mealtime protectors. Great for both the eaters and the feeders.
All eating and no drinking makes Jack a dry boy, so don’t forget your drinking aids! Drinking straws, nosey cups, spill-proof Kennedy cups, they’re all here.
Is there someone in your life that could use a little help becoming more independent in the kitchen, or at the dining table? Think about it and have fun poking around our Daily Living Aids sub-categories. There is a LOT to see.
Other than that, I hope you have a fabulous day. Thanks again for being an Allegro customer!