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Sometimes we need to remember the simple things in life!

Sometimes we need to remember the simple things in life! ›

17th October 2015 | Categories: Food & Nutrition

Readers of this blog will appreciate the concern around prevalence of malnutrition and dehydration in older adults, and that much of the regulation around care home nutrition focusses on prevention of this. Rightly so – malnutrition has an enormous detrimental impact – clinically, financially and for quality of life. So some progress has been made…

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Lessons for Communication of Malnutrition

Lessons for Communication of Malnutrition ›

9th October 2015 | Categories: Adult Social Care , Food & Nutrition

Malnutrition Task Force It is rewarding to see research in malnutrition including the people that are actually involved with the day to day care of older people. So I was delighted to come across this week a Malnutrition Task Force report undertaken to investigate which types of malnutrition messages may be effective, which included research…

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Putting sugar on potatoes and salt on puddings – exploring the difficulties of eating with dementia

Putting sugar on potatoes and salt on puddings – exploring the difficulties of eating with dementia ›

28th November 2013 | Categories: Food & Nutrition

Putting sugar on potatoes and salt on puddings – exploring the difficulties of eating with dementia Growing awareness of the rising problem of dementia has placed it on the government agenda. Indeed 2012 saw the launch of The Dementia Challenge by the Prime Minister, and the UK is to host the first G8 dementia summit…

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CQC Outcomes are now called Key Lines of Enquiry. CQC Essential Standards are now CQC Fundamental Standards.