NEC Birmingham |  09 - 10 October 2024

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To make everyday life easier, ORNAMIN has invented many eating and drinking aids to encourage safe independence. These are tailored to the special needs of patients, carers in retirement homes, nursing homes and hospital staff. The ORNAMIN tableware has been developed together with people in need of care, occupational and speech therapists as well as professional carers. The eating and drinking aids can be used intuitively, are not stigmatising, relieve caregivers and increase the quality of life of those affected. They are suitable for people living with any illness, e.g. dementia, stroke, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease and of course also for those recovering after an accident – they provide support where the body reaches its limits.


Eating together is an important social event and one of life’s simple daily pleasures – provided everyone can participate and enjoy their food. The award-winning tableware by ORNAMIN has been designed with style as well as function in mind, retaining a sense of dignity for the user because its supportive features are hidden in its design.

Today, care with the help of spouted lids, plate guards and nose cut-out cups is very common. One big disadvantage of these classic care products, however, is that their special features clearly make them stand out as tableware for people with disabilities. In order to avoid this stigmatisation, ORNAMIN’s supportive features are cleverly hidden in its design.

With the ORNAMIN mugs with a specially designed inner cup, you can drink independently even if you cannot move your neck or lift your hand easily.

The ORNAMIN plates with sloped base are 3 products in 1 and replace plate guards, anti-slip mats and the plate itself. You only need one hand to use the eating aid.

The ORNAMIN flexible cutlery has long, flexible handles whose shape can be customised for each use. Therefore everybody can bend the handles at the perfect angle for their requirements.


The serious state of malnutrition can be caused by increasing physical weakness or chewing and swallowing disorders. The aim of the CQC inspection is to determine, improve and back up the quality of care. ORNAMIN supports you in meeting and exceeding the quality inspection guidelines of the CQC (KLOES) as tableware for care institutions is subject to special requirements.


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