The evidence is mounting: what we do in the dining room matters a lot.
Good nutrition is a key factor in health outcomes and how well people feel day to day. But, lifelong habits and changes related to aging can make it difficult for older people to eat as well as they should. Recently there have been a number of studies showing improvements in the dining experience help overcome some of these issues. Learn more about this important research in the July edition of Kind Dining® Connection; read 4 More Reasons to Improve the Dining Experience
Also in Kind Dining Connection this month:
Let’s Get Together at Convention
6 Ways Nutrition Pros Need to Be Leading Now
6 Ways to Grow a Healthy Senior Care Community
Every other month, Kind Dining® Connection delivers news, tips, and training to help your senior living community ensure every mealtime is a joyful, social, respectful, nutritious, and prosperous experience. Subscribe for free today. Just for subscribing, you will receive a free download of Winning at Dining: Focus on the Fundamentals.