Sep 21, 2019

Ngaire Hobbins, ‘What is the role of nutrition in dementia?’

Ngaire Hobbins, ‘What is the role of nutrition in dementia?’

Good nutrition is essential to the aged care experience, but a person living with dementia may struggle to communicate their needs. As care providers, it is vital to recognise their needs are being unmet, and facilitate options that ensure mealtimes are an enjoyable experience again.

Hear from Ngaire Hobbins as she shares expert insight from her career as a specialist dietician in gerontology, as part of the Nestle Health Science ‘Nutrition for Optimal Health” education series.

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