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Eating often becomes a struggle for seniors because of difficulty in chewing or swallowing. Besides that, some develop a decrease in appetite whilst others are simply less willing to eat.Continue Reading
One of the many challenges of getting older is maintaining a healthy body weight, it’s very common for our seniors to let’s say lose interest in food and to not nourish their body with the vital nutrients it needs. This leads to malnutrition and is a leading health concern for our seniors.Continue Reading
Since the new legislation changes were made to the Government Home Care Package Program earlier this year, funds can now be allocated to meal delivery services. A senior’s weekly budget can be put in place and a government subsidy is paid in conjunction with that, provided the company is health accredited.Continue Reading
There is no question that, regardless of their condition, most of our elderly citizens would like to remain living in their own home and put off the dreaded move to a “nursing home” for as long as they possibly can.Continue Reading
Very few seniors notice that their dietary requirements change with age and as a result, they could be unknowingly malnourished, underweight, or increasing their risk of chronic disease.Continue Reading