Delivering a Foodservice that Meets Individual Needs
There are many common themes that can be seen when catering for people to help them with their recovery. Within these commonalities there are individual differences that people may need to ensure their food is safe, balanced and what they need. If delivering a foodservice that meets individual needs is important to you there are an number of things to consider.
Take a look at our VideoCast on delivering a foodservice that meets individual needs and get valuable insights from our expert panel who deal with this in their day-to-day lives.
Delivering a Foodservice that Meets Individual Needs VideoCast covers:
- What are the challenges of meeting individual needs
- Setting up to meet individual needs
- Relevant information and managing the foodservice provision
- Providing an adaptive foodservice
There are also clinical and practical insights that will help you understand how you can set up to support people in the best possible way.
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Excellent support can be found on the NACC website, they are very welcoming and are a source of fantastic information on this and other related aspects of healthcare catering. Click HERE to visit their website.
“The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) unites, supports and represents everyone working in and associated with catering in the UK care sector. It is recognised as a respected source of information and opinion for the dynamic and growing area of care catering.
“For more than 30 years, it has been committed to raising standards of care catering and championing the positive impact nutrition, hydration and mealtimes have on the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of the elderly and vulnerable in care settings.” – NACC website
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