Nutrition forms the foundation for good health. Yet as people age, they often find it difficult to maintain a balanced diet. Elders who struggle with poor dentition or ill-fitting dentures may experience discomfort with chewing, which can lead to decreased food intake. Sometimes older family members lose the energy to cook for themselves and instead rely on convenience foods that may be less than healthy.
All of our trained CAREGivers can help your loved one with a healthy, well-balanced diet. From the grocery shopping to the meal prep, our in-home CAREGivers can provide meals that appeal to all tastes and dietary restrictions. Here are a few ways we can help your loved one eat well:
CAREGivers understand the local cuisine and preparing meals to suit your family member's taste. Call us today to learn how our mealtime services can help your loved one eat well and stay well.