Any recommendations for kitchen equipment

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My hands are getting increasingly painful. Carrying mugs from the kitchen to the living room is getting harder, my husband has Parkinson's so I have to carry the drinks. Any alternatives to standard mugs would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Naomi33
    Naomi33 Moderator Posts: 332
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    Hello @ANNAL and welcome to the online community.

    Sorry to hear your concerns about carrying drinks.

    The following link maybe of help….

    https://www.versusarthritis.org/news/2022/december/how-aids-and-adaptations-can-help-if-you-have-arthritis/

    I am sure others will connect with you soon.

    Best wishes @Naomi33

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  • stickywicket
    stickywicket Member Posts: 27,730
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    Hello. I have problem RA hands too. Look in any online disability shop for ideas but, to get you going, melamine mugs are much lighter and/or a hostess trolley will take two mugs, and other things, at a time. I actually use the seat of my rollator😆

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  • Traceyl
    Traceyl Member Posts: 11
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    hi. I have started using a thermos mug with a lid. It can spill a little through the lid but not much. It also keeps your drink hot for longer. I even put soup in mine.