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The International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) commenced in Australia on 1 May 2019 and to date, over 37% of SoupedUp clients have converted to the new framework. However, there is still confusion among care providers as to how, and when, to convert. It’s important to note that conversion itself is a quick process but it does not happen automatically. For those yet to make the IDDSI leap, here’s what you need to know. What’s involved in an IDDSI conversion?…

Who said ‘good for you’ can’t also be delicious? Spinach is a great source of iron, manganese and folate and cheese packs a healthy protein punch. And for those on a gluten-free diet, polenta is a great alternative to wheat-based products, as it’s made from ground cornmeal. These spinach and cheese polenta muffins are a great vegetarian and nut-free option for residents with individual diet or nut allergies. Try our recipe from the #SoupedUp Kitchen. Method 1. Whisk together milk,…

Dietetically assessed recipes and agile digital menu management are important but don’t forget the dining experience! Malnutrition among the elderly is a perennial concern. As we age and become more sedentary, we naturally lose our appetite. Combine this with conditions such as dysphagia or teeth/denture problems, the effects of medications and complex medical conditions means ensuring our elderly receive adequate nutrition can be a real challenge.

Everyone loves Spring: longer days and a sense of renewal in fresh buds and floral displays. But Spring also marks the start of hay fever season – itchy eyes, sneezing and wheezing. Before you reach for the antihistamines for your residents, here are some food do’s and don’ts that could help beat the sniffles naturally.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for a Royal Commission into the aged care sector, pre-empting the airing of a Four Corners report into abuse and neglect within the industry. The Royal Commission has not had its full specifics published yet, but the Department of Health has released the following list of topics that the Commission is anticipated to address: The quality of care provided to older Australians and the extent of substandard care; The challenge of providing care to…

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Utilising the latest web development to ensure your set up costs are minimal, SoupedUp Catering provides the complete dietary and menu management of your residents. SoupedUp Catering allows management to control staff member access to different facilities (care homes), ideal for area or regional managers. The reports minimise administration time, improve efficiency, are iPad/tablet adaptable and ensure kitchens are accreditation and audit ready.

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SoupedUp Catering Software supports the catering management of your care facility (care home) to deliver clinically appropriate, nutritious, safe, cost effective, resident focused restaurant-quality food to every resident simultaneously. It mitigates risk while meeting legislative and regulatory compliance.

Utilising the latest web development to ensure your set up costs are minimal, SoupedUp Catering provides the complete dietary and menu management of your residents. SoupedUp Catering allows management to control staff member access to different facilities (care homes), ideal for area or regional managers. The reports minimise administration time, improve efficiency, are iPad/tablet adaptable and ensure kitchens are accreditation and audit ready.

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