Oct 22, 2019

Healthy diet options for older people

Experiencing a loss of appetite can be extremely common for elderly people which is why maximising eating opportunities with good quality food is so important.

Quality Co-ordinator Denise Burbidge and Clinical Services Manager, Leigh Mclean, explain why good food equals good nutrition, and how good nutrition decreases the likelihood of falls, fractures and hospitalisation for older people.

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