A man in a wheelchair pours cooking oil into a pan while the Airis cooking aid keeps him and the kitchen safe from fires

Airis – the Cooking Aid for Disabled People

Let the most vulnerable people enjoy their independence and cook for themselves without the risks of fire and smoke. Airis is a kitchen and cooking aid for disabled and vulnerable people.

Airis is a stove safety device for disabled people

Cooking can be important for a person’s dignity and sense of freedom and independence, but it is also the number one cause of house fires. Airis is a cooking aid that keeps vulnerable people safe. Airis allows people to cook for themselves perfectly normally without interruption, and this includes people with cognitive or physical disabilities.

If the person isn’t able to attend their cooking, Airis will intervene to prevent fire and smoke if necessary. The distress of a fire alarm or evacuation is avoided and a person can cook with confidence knowing that they’re safe. Airis also ensures that fire alarms and sprinkler systems aren’t activated by cooking incidents.

If required, when Airis Sense WiFi is used, relatives and carers can be notified of incidents automatically and therefore know when someone might need additional support. Airis can also remind the person that cooking is taking place when they aren’t tending to the stove.

Protects the person when they cook, so long as the situation is safe

Disconnects the power to the stove if the situation is dangerous

Prevents smoke alarms from being triggered – no more ruined pans

Prevents embarrassing fire service visits

My mum lives alone since my Dad passed away a couple of years ago and I was worried about her cooking… Now she wouldn’t be without it as over Christmas the phone rang and she forgot she was cooking. She said when she went back to the kitchen, cooking had stopped as the food she was frying started to burn and the Airis cut the power

– Glenn S.

Kitchen safety for vulnerable and disabled people

A kitchen aid for risk-free cooking

Cooking is good for our physical and mental wellbeing, and planning and choosing meals is important for a sense of independence. With Airis, a vulnerable person doesn’t need to give up cooking.

Induction hobs

Induction hobs are sometimes preferred because they don’t get as hot and are safer to touch. However, they can increase the risk of fire because a pan can ignite twice as fast as with other types of stove. Using a cooking safety device to protect vulnerable and disabled people is as important as it always has been. Airis keeps people safe in the kitchen.

A cooking aid connected to telecare

If someone has a pendant or any other telecare connected equipment, Airis can easily be connected to the system, allowing the monitoring centre to keep a check on things.

Know that vulnerable people are safe from fires

With Airis Sense WiFi – the WiFi connected Airis model – you can see when the person is cooking and ensure that they are regularly cooking meals for themselves. Carers and loved ones can even be notified when there’s a problem, for example if the kitchen is excessively hot, cold or damp, or if Airis has intervened to prevent an incident.

What makes Airis such an effective cooking aid for disabled people?

Airis protects vulnerable people when they cook, providing peace of mind and safety from toxic smoke and fires without affecting their quality of life. Find out how.