When you have a chronic illness or disability, an accessible kitchen makes life easier. When you have the right equipment and tools, you can create healthy snacks and meals that are essential for optimal health. We hope our tips and strategies help you to create a kitchen that works well for you.
For more tips and strategies for making your kitchen more accessible, see The Accessible Home: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier™ by Shelley Peterman Schwarz; available in bookstores and online.
"When I walk into my kitchen today, I am not alone. Whether we know it or not, none of us is. We bring fathers and mothers and kitchen tables, and every meal we have ever eaten. Food is never just food. It's also a way of getting at something else: who we are, who we have been, and who we want to be." ~ Molly Wizenberg