Posts Tagged ‘Kitchen’
Part 2: AT for Cutting Without Cuts!
By Jen Mullins, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff In the video linked to this post, I share about a few more AT devices and strategies that might make cutting up food in the kitchen safer and more accessible. Below are the devices from the video along with links where you might find the devices online. Please…Read More
AT for Cutting Without Cuts in the Kitchen: a Vlog!
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…Read More
Tasty Tools: Assistive Technology in the Kitchen (Part 6)
By Jen Gosett, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff Welcome back to our Assistive Technology in the Kitchen series, Part 6 :-)! Today we are talking about using a stand mixer (or standing mixer) as an Assistive Technology support in the kitchen! Mixing by hand can require precision, endurance, and fine motor control. Handheld, electric beaters…Read More
Tasty Tools: Assistive Technology in the Kitchen (Part 5)
By Jen Gosett, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff In Part 4 of this series, we had gotten back from grocery shopping, put our goods away and were starting to prep food for the week (remember those oven eggs?). When I do my food prep for the week, it’s not typically right after I put all my…Read More
Tasty Tools: Assistive Technology in the Kitchen (Part 4)
By Jen Gosett, BS, CTRS, MATP Staff Welcome back to our ‘AT in the Kitchen’ series! Last time in Part 3 we went to the grocery store and utilized apps to grab groceries in efficient, supportive, and less stressful ways. This time we are back in the kitchen with loads of fresh ingredients just begging…Read More