Health Info & Resources for Seniors
So, the time has come for you or your loved one to move to a senior living community. Whether you or your loved one need to downsize from a large home or if they need Assisted Living or Memory Care, you now need to help them find their new home. Chances are you’ve never had to do this for yourself or a loved one before. You’re stressed out and confused you may not have much time to decide. What should you do??
What makes a meal more appealing to older people with decreased appetites?
Dining is a multisensory experience; the sights, sounds, and smells create an inviting atmosphere of welcoming comfort. What our residents long for is a taste of the familiar, a dining experience with new friends who become family, all enjoying pleasant conversation and a good home cooked meal.
When you are traveling it is often difficult to eat healthy. We try to eat food on the go that is affordable and easy rather than that which is healthy. Listed below are some healthy food options to take along with you when you are traveling to avoid having to eat less healthy food that can cause you to feel tired and leave you feeling empty.
The Alzheimer’s Association says that 1 in every 10 people over the age of 65 has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. At that rate, one could assume that there are over 14,500 people in the Lehigh Valley with dementia (the US Census Bureau estimate in 2016 put the County’s 65+ population at over 145,000).
What are your all-time favorite main dish, sides and desserts to make for residents and why?
Broiled flank steak with Sauce Robert
Sautéed zucchini in garlic wine butter
Duchess sweet potatoes piped on a pineapple ring