Making a lunch can be easy and convenient; utilize your leftovers or checkout no-cook recopies. It won’t take long to notice the positive impact on your health (& your budget):
Chewing problems can interfere with health and nutritional status. Check out this link for some information on chewing and strategies to make a well balance meal easy to chew
We all know we need to stay hydrated, but sometimes its easier said than done. There are many ideas for staying hydrated – find the one that best suits your style. As we age, out sensation of thirst decreases… rather than asking “Would you like a drink of water?”, try “Here is a nice cold glass of water for you!”
Did you know that our taste alters as we age or if we take certain medications? Find out how to spice up your food without adding salt.
Dementia may affect one’s ability to eat and how much they eat. Here is some information and suggestions on how to encourage eating.
This video demonstrates a compassionate way to help a person to eat during the late stages of dementia – with Teepa Snow. Being attuned with a person during mealtime, may actually improve their intake.