Menu Book

Menu Book

SKU: RMP050

£22.00 Zero VAT

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  • Makes choosing food easier
  • Contains colourful images of everyday meals, drinks and snacks
  • Includes wipeclean board

Availability: In stock

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An essential tool that helps bridge the gap between carers and those they care for. An easy to understand book that helps to reduce frustration and misunderstanding by removing language as a barrier, letting the pictures do the talking.

Colourful images of commonly eaten dishes provide an effective way of expressing menu choices at a time when communication can often be difficult. Each selection contains pictures of everyday meals, drinks, and snacks. By pointing at the dishes on the menu choices are clear, giving people control over their menu selections.

This book also includes three wipe-clean boards to write your own messages and menu choices. 21 pages, Ring-bound. Size: 21 x 15cm.

Features & Specification

Weight 0

Usage

Your Home Kitchen, Living Room
Challenges Eating Well
Living Better Dignity, Healthy, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood

Additional Information

Key Features Makes choosing food easier
Contains colourful images of everyday meals, drinks and snacks
Includes wipe-clean board
Video No
Dimensions (H) No
Dimensions (W) No
Dimensions (L) No
Number of Pages No
Set Dimensions No
Material No
VAT Relief No
Challenges Eating Well
Living Better Dignity, Healthy, Self-Identity and Self Worth, Understood
Your Home Kitchen, Living Room
The Journey No
Pack Size No
Returns Yes
Subscription No
Features N/A
Author No

Expert Reviews

  • Ms. Daphne Simpson
    The freedom of choice.

    Ms. Daphne Simpson

    Allowing the person with dementia to have control over decisions such as the clothes they wear and the foods they eat is one way of helping them to retain their self-identity. I have used menu books many times throughout my career and find them to be very helpful. This book is full of colourful images that make choosing a meal as easy as pointing at the picture.

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