AT for Cutting Without Cuts in the Kitchen: a Vlog!
Thursday, April 23, 2020
By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff
Due to precautions related Covid-19, many of us are cooking from home more. For someone whose disability impacts their vision, fine motor, hand dexterity, and upper body strength and coordination, cutting and chopping food can be challenging. Assistive Technology (AT) devices are available that may help. In the video linked to this post, I share about a few AT devices and strategies that might make cutting up food in the kitchen easier and safer. Below are the devices from the video along with links where you might find the devices online. Please note, MATP is not a vendor and does not sell AT. Also listed below is a list of our previous blog posts related AT that may help when it comes to cooking, baking, food prep, grocery shopping, and more.
Do you use AT in the kitchen? What do you use? If you have any questions about AT, please comment! Thanks for tuning in 🙂
Here’s the list of our previous blog posts related AT that may help when it comes to cooking, baking, food prep, grocery shopping, and more:
- What’s Cooking? by Guest Blogger: Kellie Blackwell
- Burning Hand by Aimee Sterk, LMSW, MATP Staff
- All I Want for Christmas is these Two AT by MATP Staffer Laura Hall
- The Struggle is Real – Grocery Shopping while Disabled by Lucia Rios, Guest Blogger
- AT for Frozen Treats in the Summer Heat! by Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff
- Tasty Tools: Assistive Technology in the Kitchen (Part 1) by Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff