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• Use non-slip rugs or use double-sided tape to secure mats
• Avoid patterned tiles and flooring
• Label frequently used settings on appliances with coloured tape
• Use a finger guard or glove for cutting or chopping
• Use solid-coloured dishware that contrasts with your tablecloth or placemats
• Use a high contrast cutting board
• Define cabinet edges and doors with brightly coloured tape to easily see if they’re open
• Use large stickers or handwritten index cards to label pantry items
• Always place kitchen items in the same place
• Use a voice recorder to create shopping lists
• Use a lamp or install extra lighting under cabinets near where you prepare food
• Reduce glare from windows with blinds, shades or curtains
• Use a lighted magnifier to enlarge and brighten text
• Use an audible liquid-level indicator to alert you when your dish or cup is full
• Use voice-activated kitchen devices like thermometers and timers
AMD: age-related macular degeneration.
References: 1. Optometry Australia. 2019 Clinical Practice Guide for the diagnosis, treatment and management of Age-Related Macular Degeneration. 2. Macular Disease Foundation Australia. The Journey to See: A Model for Success.