Food Hygiene In Care Homes | What You Need To Do

Considering food hygiene in care homes should be the first thing on your To-Do list if you’re building or refurbishing cooking and preparation areas. Here is a look at the key areas you should focus on when planning your kitchen layout, choosing your commercial catering equipment and finalising your food safety management processes. Read thisContinue reading “Food Hygiene In Care Homes | What You Need To Do”

Hydration And Nutrition – Why It Is More Than Just A Mealtime

August 23, 2021 Gavin Henderson, Head of Hotel Services at Shaw healthcare – which operates more than 80 care facilities across the UK – discusses the importance of nutrition and hydration initiatives to keep care home residents fit and healthy…read the article in full at… Carer source:

Safer food, better business supplement for residential care homes

Food Standards Agency Safer food, better business supplement for residential care homes. This supplement is not intended for use in nursing homes. Nursing homes require other food safety procedures that are not covered by SFBB, for example a full infection control policy. Please remember that the care homes supplement should be used together with theContinue reading “Safer food, better business supplement for residential care homes”

Children, food and care

Iriss Insight 22, By Ruth Emond, Ian McIntosh, Samantha Punch and Claire Lightowler Published on 6 Nov 2013 13 min read (3458 words) This Iriss Insight reviews the evidence about how food practices affect children in different care settings, drawing heavily from the experience of children in foster and residential care. However, many of theContinue reading “Children, food and care”

Residential Care – Food for Life

Residential Care Improving quality of life through meal times. Good food is important to residents and enriches their experience of care. Food for Life Served Here is a robust framework and inspected award designed to help you make sure that your resident’s food is ethical, sustainable and fresh, free from nasty additives and transfats andContinue reading “Residential Care – Food for Life”

Eating while in hospital, in care homes or if you rely on someone else for your meals | Malnutrition Task Force

In a care home or your own home, it’s important that you enjoy your food, have enough to eat and drink, and get the help you need to eat and drink when you need it. What to expect When anyone is admitted into hospital or a care home, they should expect to be weighed. ThisContinue reading “Eating while in hospital, in care homes or if you rely on someone else for your meals | Malnutrition Task Force”

Eating as we age guide | Care UK

If you’d like to know more about how to help your loved one to stay healthy in older age, this free guide has professional tips and advice for nutrition and hydration, plus delicious and quick recipes for you to try. Inside this guide Understand how appetites and tastes change with age Hints and tips fromContinue reading “Eating as we age guide | Care UK”