Creating a dementia-friendly kitchen is the best way to avoid accidents and keep people with memory loss, Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia safe and well. This wide product range includes useful accessories such as cooker guards, timers, pan holders and special plugs to prevent scalds, fires and floods as well as simple gadgets to make cutting and preparing food easier. If you’re worried someone with memory loss isn’t eating properly, there’s a range of tables and table wear to make meals easier and more enjoyable for everyone.


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