Special Needs Cooking Experience by Marion P. Thomas, S. W. Polite & Assoc., S. W. Polite
The Special Needs Cooking Experience
consists of recipes using repetitive tasks to meet the needs
of Alzheimer's, dementia, and other special needs activities.
These recipes can be completed in a traditional kitchen or a
"kitchenless" setting using a toaster oven, electric frying
pan, and hot plate.
Spiral-bound - 65 pages (April
Pub Co; ISBN: 0965729168
Availability: On Order; usually
ships within 1-2 weeks.
Preparation and Training : The Health Care Professional's Guide by Judith Lannefeld
Guide to adaptive kitchen techniques
useful to the aging or those with physical limitations. For
occupational therapists. Covers kitchen planning, meal planning,
nutrition, safety, stress, and more.
Paperback - 320 pages (October
Inc.; ISBN: 1556423438
Availability: Usually ships within
Manual for People With Disabilities and the Aging by Judith Lannefeld Klinger, Howard Institute of Rehabilitation
Consumer's companion edition to:
Meal Preparation and Training: the Health Care Professional's
Guide. Handbook of adaptive kitchen skills covering kitchen
planning, handling utensils, serving, cleanup, food choice,
Paperback - 232 pages 3 edition
Inc.; ISBN: 1556423411