Cooking and Eating
Do you want to know how you can make a tasty meal, bake a cake, or enjoy a meal with (more) ease? There are many smart tips, tools, and tricks, for example, making a shopping list, measuring and weighing ingredients, using a gas stove safely, placing a dish in the oven without burning yourself, and pouring hot drinks without hurting yourself.
These days, home kitchens are creatively designed and built to meet the requirements of the modern family. Designers and builders equip themselves with the best power tools such as the Ryobi orbital sander for quick and better results.
Carrots on a dark kitchen counter We would like to inform you about the existing tools, such as a talking scale or a level indicator that vibrates or makes a sound when a glass or measuring cup is almost full. Not every tool suits or needs you. Sometimes smart tricks are enough. If desired, we can examine with you in your own living situation how you have been best helped. Depending on your question, it is also possible to participate in training, especially for children or for adults. Together with others, you discover during cooking and baking how you can easily read the instruction on a package or how you can safely place an oven dish in a warm oven, for example.
Tips for the Meal
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner is a lot less tasty and cozy if you are struggling to make your sandwich or to recognize which part of the meal you put on the fork. In that case, new routines may help you. Or a placemat or crockery in a contrasting color, so that you can more easily distinguish the ingredients on your plate or objects on the table.
Are you looking for inspiration or advice? You can participate in training and meetings. Interesting if you have a visual impairment yourself, but also if a close or relative is visually impaired or blind.