Focus: Food Service

High-quality dining among trends in long-term care

May 17, 2019

The new model of long-term care is designed to maximize independence, dignity and personal choice among residents, according to an article on the Cincinnati Business Journal website.

Trends include more high-quality dining options. Going are unappetizing cafeteria food, limited dining hours and uninviting eating areas.

Long-term care communities are also offering private and personalized apartments

These evolving living spaces are bing designed to offer the comforts of home with the safety and security of long-term care.

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