Knives to use if you find chopping and cutting difficult, Occupational Health Physio for your Staff and Dyslexia
May 23, 2017 - Mike Dilke
The Relaxback UK show this week has help if you find chopping or cutting in the kitchen hard work with a review of Webequ kitchen knives along with help on occupational health physiotherapy and information on dyslexia.
Webequ knives have a different shaped handle which make it easier to apply force for cutting or chopping the kitchen. Danielle Durant of The Cobbled Kitchen was the perfect person to try them out as she is a professional chef and is hypermobile. Hear her thoughts here.
Occupational health physiotherapist, Rosie Hancock from Fitback
gives advice if you are responsible for looking after staff. This is worth hearing as it can save you a lot of money.
We have all heard of dyslexia but Gill Hudson from Iansyst tells us exacty what it is and how to work with it.
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