Restaurant-style dining coming to skilled nursing facilities

September 6, 2017

Skilled nursing facilities are embracing a more restaurant-like approach to dining, letting residents weigh in on what — and when — they eat, according to an article on the Skilled Nursing News website.

In skilled nursing it can be tough to go high-end. Some residents have dietary restrictions or medical conditions that change what and how they eat. 

Morrison Community Living, a food service contract management company,  might offer not just one but several nutritious options.

Morrison is also working on letting more residents choose when, not just what, they want to eat. The idea is for residents to drop in when they’re hungry and leave when they’re done eating.

Read the article.



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