Some of the labels will not attach to aluminium cans as these cans are not magnetic.
An alternative to talking labels is to use simple methods of labelling, for example, using one rubber band around a tin of beans, two around a tin of rice pudding, etc (Scheiman, Scheiman and Whitaker, 2007). Or, our section on cooker knob adaptations and turners has a range of tactile labels for identifying household equipment which could be used in stead of rubber bands.
For ideas on shopping, labelling and the importance of kitchen organisation, see the RNIB's information on cooking - living with sight loss at home.View references and sources of further information ›
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