Reddit mentions: The best aprons

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u/floridianreader · 8 pointsr/socialwork

If they can afford it and you have one in your area, I would recommend the family take the dementia patient to an adult daycare every now and again, or even everyday. It gives the family some time to breathe and do what they want. And it gets the patient out and about.

Don't know if the family needs some sort of distractions or not? Female dementia patients often respond favorably to baby dolls. Actual dolls. Like the ones small girls play with. NOT a Barbie, but a bigger doll. Like this:
You don't need to get all the accessories (bottles, clothes, etc.). I have seen many female dementia patients who will sit and hold a doll for hours on end. Either their vision or that part of their brain doesn't allow them to see the doll as a doll but makes them think it's a real child and so they'll sit there all day with one, and talk to it and burp it and such. I've not seen a man with a doll, so I don't know if it would work or not.

The other thing that works for dementia patients is a "fidget blanket." This is sometimes called different things, like an activity blanket or activity apron, here's a link to one:
but it is basically a blanket with zippers and buttons and velcro and various things for them to do with their hands. I've seen some that mount on the wall and have mechanical type stuff like a vise and a lock and other things, but then you have to get the patient up and over to the wall and I just don't see that being practical.

Oh, and something that works for patients of both genders: picture books. Especially if the patient used to love to read. Get them a big stack of picture books (kids books are great for this), or if you can find a big thick catalog, that also works (they won't know the difference and no biggie if a page gets torn).

All of these ideas are for patients in the more advanced stages of dementia. Your mileage may vary. I wouldn't pull any of these out of my hat for someone who was just recently diagnosed with dementia. I had a colleague who used coloring books and crayons with her patients but I never could quite pull that one off. Other people have also had success with giving them a basket full of towels or socks or something innocuous like that and having them fold laundry all day. (They'll never finish because they're likely to undo what they just did).

The big thing for families is letting them know that strange behaviors are perfectly normal and getting them some help so they don't have to do everything themselves because then they just get burned out fast.

Make sure the patient doesn't have access to the car keys, if they're still mobile. Find out if they're a wandering risk. I had a patient once who was a major escape risk.... literally if you turned your back, he would be out the door, over a 6 foot privacy fence, and running down the major highway that was a block away. The easiest way to fix this is to move the doorknobs and locks either up or down on the door. Let me explain: a person with a "normal" or still fully functioning brain knows where the doorknob is and how to operate it. Now take someone with dementia and move the doorknob up to, say, chest height or up even higher (just not at eye level). The patient will go to open the door and not be able to find the doorknob and they will be stumped. It will distract their brain from their usual thinking of "I've got to get out of here" to "where is the doorknob" and many advanced stage dementia patients won't think to look up (or down), and even if they do find it, they won't remember why they were looking for the doorknob in the first place, and hopefully wander off and find something else to get into.

Someone has told me that it's like having a 3 year old again, and it really is. You just have to find something to entertain them. Experiment!! It helps to know what they did for a living.... if they were a homemaker, the baby doll and folding laundry is likely to work. If they were a sports fan, put on ESPN (had one old lady that loved to watch ESPN all day everyday).

u/bridget1989 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

First, your Amazon wish list photo is SO CUTE!

I love Dr. Seuss, and this cute apron even has a weird skirt-like thingie to it in blue polka dots, FOR FASHION! There's also a matching toddlers apron (if you babysit) and a chef's hat.

The rest of mine are just cute and awesome.

This one's a bit pricey, at $35, but it's prime eligible.

This aqua one is $24 and is totally adorable.

This neat one comes with a little clip-on towel.

Happy Baking! ♥ I love making cookies. I could make cookies every day, but I shouldn't.

u/suckinonmytitties · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I see that you like both Doctor Who and baking, so I think you should get this Tardis apron and these Tardis molds. You can make them while watching some of the Doctor Who DVDs that are already on your wish list and have an awesome day of food and adventures! Also, if you need someone to eat cake and watch Doctor Who with you, I'm your girl! :P

If I win I would really love this external battery phone charger thingy! Thank you and I hope your week gets better :)

u/xoNightshade · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ooh, 10's sonic screwdriver because it's pretty nifty even if it doesn't do wood. Also, since that's not quite $30, this Casino Royale nail polish. So pretty.

For me, I would like this Wonderwoman apron for my sister, because she deserves presents and I can't afford to buy them for her. She's an amazing superhero mom.

I love bunnicula! I remember that book. :)

u/Ask_Seek_Knock · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Alright, this was a lot of fun! I'm going to have my husband make me an apron for Christmas. I found some you might like and a couple I threw in because they are cute.



Mustaches Everywhere!


For the Pac-Man Fan

Penguin and Cupcakes Okay I just thought it was adorable and wanted to share.


Cute and Simple

Cute Cupcake Hostess Apron

u/homeworkfoo · 3 pointsr/RandomActsOfChristmas

Does he grill or do bbq ever? I saw YouTuber “thecrazyrussianhacker” using it and it seemed pretty cool.

Best BBQ Multi-Function Accessories - The Stingray 7 in 1 BBQ Tools in Durable Stainless Steel Construction - Use as Tongs Spatula Fork and Bottle Opener

Also I thought about getting my bro this. Maybe yours would enjoy it.
BigMouth Inc The Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron

u/tandem7 · 7 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These knives - 19.99, free shipping, high priority - I desperately want these knives, you guys :P

This apron - 29.71, free shipping, high priority - SO ADORABLE

The Lost Skeleton Returns Again - 14.95, free shipping, sequel to one of my all-time favourite films ever created.

totals out to 64.65

u/Nymeria007 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[This apron] ( is patriotic for many reasons. Freedom of speech, and freedom from other people's stupidity are the main ones though. Also: Cooking is just science for hungry people, and Americans love science (kind of).

u/jojewels92 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Looking Good today!

OMG i love Bare Mineral so hard.

I think this apron is really cool!

u/rosecrayons · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My perfect night in would start with cooking my husband dinner in my wonder woman apron and wonder woman undies. Then we would curl up on the couch and watch one of our favorite movies like maybe this one.

Me time

u/scotch_please · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

You could gift them a Hers and Hers glass set or a Wonder Woman apron.

I agree that sex toys are probably the most fun, though. If you know her size you could try Etsy for unique or custom embroidered panty sets.

u/TheRubyRedPirate · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I was 3lbs when I was born and the only clothes I fit into were cabbage patch doll clothes. I was so tiny that my mom pinned my bottom to a pillow to take me to church. I just napped on my pillow the whole time. I also have a bellybutton about 1-2 inches higher than the average bellybutton. I had so many tubes and procedures as a baby that they kinda had to make me a bellybutton.

This apron because I love to cook and bake. I end up getting food all over myself

Thank you for the contest.

u/awkwardlittleturtle · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This awesome apron is $13.13. Double the lucky 13 -ness! ;)

u/ParryDoesGaming · 1 pointr/pics

I hope this will help :)

u/hellooolady · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I will be stalking this contest because I need a cute one of my own.

Cute AND Scary

this one is my favorite

this one is fun

Amazon actually has a lot of cute ones!

u/Cupcake_Kat · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I hope you love this!

u/pwolter0 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

What do you want for dinner? Justice! and now you can serve justice as well with your handy Wayne Enterprises chef's apron!

u/I_See_Dead_Redditors · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

well I have never been married...but if I ever do or what not I would probably go for something like This or This

This is funny

Oh how I wish I was a platypus!

u/VannaVictorian · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

i'm going to linking a few :)
one - two - three - four - five - six - seven - eight - nine - ten

woo aprons :D

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love food! and [cooking] ( food!

I'm starting to become a little bit of a foodie as well. Thanks to /u/Matronix. I think the weirdest thing (for me) that I have tried recently was sweet breads. I know that's not weird for some people but it was quite a leap into not-normal food for me! They were bacon wrapped sweetbreads. Not too shabby but the texture was definitely...different.

u/Slitlily · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This one is a cross between awesome, absurd, and obnoxious (and I love it).

u/laurenbug2186 · 4 pointsr/AskCulinary

In that case, I would just go with something simple with a couple pockets. This one got great reviews on Amazon and it's a lot more reasonably priced!

u/SayuriSati · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I narrowed it down to're making my brain explode with only, I did eeny meeny miny moe. I wanted to go naughty, but I got sheepish. I am okay if it is a NSFW contest. lol

u/bunnylebowski1 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon










Thanks for the contest!

u/inquiring_a_bit · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

For you, the adorable flirty apron!

For me, this book for my ten-month old!

Total cost: $31.16

u/dave2kdotorg · 1 pointr/mallninjashit

I got this as a housewarming gift: BigMouth Inc The Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron, Cotton Camouflage Gag Gift for Cookouts, Adjustable Strap, Pockets and Bottle Opener Included

u/Kingtomy · 2 pointsr/KitchenConfidential

High quality doesn't have to be ultra expensive. These classic chefworks aprons are high quality and are at a reasonable price. Considering a normal cook needs at least 3 aprons a week, $38 each is pretty expensive.

u/ZubinJohnson · 1 pointr/Gifts

A funny batman or any other superhero apron may be ?

u/MangledPumpkin · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I would recommend this apron.

u/wildcatz311 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

OMG I may or may not have found this apron

u/CampBenCh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here you go! It even has pockets.

u/ihaveplansthatday · 15 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Munchkin - $29.99

Apron - $29.71

Lifting for Women - $14.44

$74.14 - all are highest or high priority from her bomb list. :)