Hello. We've recently come across a pretty inspiring bunch of folks at an outfit called Fixperts.
They are design geeks who want to share the creative and social values of design as widely as possible - by sharing their ideas with folks who could do with a clever design solution to something that's making their life difficult.
And they make a little Fixperts film each time to show how it all works out.
CMOT grating - I have reduced grip and use a box grater on a non slip grip mat that the OT gave me. It takes a knack but works for me. If this doesn't help have you tried an electric grater, which in theory should be easier but never tried one myself so can't vouch for it , have seen them for £10/15.
I do use a box grater on a non slip mat, but have to try and hold it down with my elbow which hurts and is not v useful. I did have an electric grater, but it was rubbish. The food processor works, but it narks me to have to wash all that up for a tiny bit of cheese.
For people looking for wheelchair fixes, you can get a cupholder that fits down near the foot plate, my sister got one recently sure she just found it through amazon or a google search. For steps basically you need to tip on back wheels but the 'stops' on the back can stop you tipping far enough, these can be removed and turned other way up so they are out of the way and can be used to step down on to tip the wheelchair. Not sure I have explained this well but as my sister has had to resort to using hers permanently recently I am learning new stuff all the time!