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It’s widely recognised that older people in care homes will have a broad range of dietary requirements that need to be met to ensure a healthy and happy life. As we get older, it’s important to maintain good eating habits. Changes in our body mean that we may need less energy (calories) but still require the same amounts of protein and important vitamins and minerals to preserve our health and wellbeing. Furthermore, good nutrition and regular physical activity play a…

Since the introduction of the new Quality Standards, auditors have been running a fine-tooth comb through providers’ processes, with particular emphasis on observing the dining experience. It is particularly saddening that the standard on nutrition and hydration has often not been met, with estimates suggesting as many as 60% of aged care residents could be malnourished. When we think of nutrition we generally jump to food. If our food isn’t nutritious we miss out on essential ingredients that our bodies need…

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