Resident input key to dynamic dining in senior facilities

October 6, 2017

Dining and menu choices can be a deciding factor for older adults researching housing options. So, it's not surprising that resident input key to dynamic dining in senior facilities, according to an article on the McKnight's Senior Living website.

For a facility looking to revamp its menu, direct input and suggestions on menu items can be a major factor in creating an enjoyable dining experience. 

Setting up a suggestion box, initiating a resident dining council or holding monthly menu meetings can facilitate that input.

It is becoming more commonplace for a facility to offer different restaurant-style venues. A dining room, café, pub or lounge can stand out with an evolving menu that matches its setting.

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