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Red crockery to help with eating

Discussion in 'Equipment and technology' started by NeonPink, Jan 10, 2016.

  1. NeonPink

    NeonPink Registered User

    Nov 7, 2015
    10
    I found red rimmed crockery in Wilkinson, it's helping my Dad find and eat as much as he wants, a full set was £12, mugs separate £1 each, all parts available separately too, I also found red handled cutlery in the pound shop, spoons, knives, teaspoons, forks, each type £1 for set of 6.
     

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  2. Essie

    Essie Registered User

    Feb 11, 2015
    566
    Well found Neon, I have read about this - having plates with a strong border colour (preferably not a general food colour) helping PWD to 'see' their food more easily and so eat more easily. Apparently having red drinking cups/glasses also helps to increase fluid consumption.

    Well worth a try at such good prices.
     

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