12 Handy Kitchen Tools for Those with Arthritis
Luckily, there are lots of adaptive kitchen tools available, which can ease your pain and get you back to enjoying preparing and eating homemade meals.
Setting up the kitchen
- Use padded handles that you can attach to plastic grocery bags for easier carrying of your groceries.
- Put down a foam mat in front of the sink and counter so you can stand with greater comfort.
- Use hooks to store pots and pans within reach, so you don’t have to stoop or reach into low cupboards.
- Keep a grabber tool handy to help you reach out-of-the-way items with ease.
- Choose measuring cups or spoons that are connected or magnetized to each other, so you don’t have to rummage around for them individually.
- Place non-stick mats under your bowls or cutting boards, so you don’t have to hold them in place while you work.