Eating and Drinking

The eating and drinking habits of people with dementia can often change: they have less hunger and thirst, and don’t always understand the need to eat or drink.

There is evidence that using dinnerware that visually contrasts with the food and drink that’s served can boost consumption1. Primary colours have also been shown to be easier to identify for people living with dementia2.

The Ornamin tableware range uses clear shapes and high contrast colours to make eating and drinking simpler.