Residential care during COVID-19: Learnings that promote relationship-centred dining

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The recent COVID-19 pandemic reinforces the importance of mealtimes in residential care to support both the nutritional health and overall well-being of residents. This session will explore the challenges of residential dining during a pandemic and identify ways to better support relationship-centered dining.

 

After this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how isolation procedures during an outbreak can impact nutritional health; 
  • Distinguish between person- and relationship-centred dining and task-focused dining in residential care; and 
  • Select evidence-based interventions to support relationship-centred dining in residential care settings both during an outbreak and normal procedures


This session was part of the DC National Conference 2021.


Date of Presentation: May 12, 2021, DC National Conference

Speakers: 

  • Professor Heather Keller, PhD, RD, FDC, FCAHS
  • Suzanne Quiring, RD

Materials:

  • Video presentation (1 hour 18 min)
  • Handout (pdf)
  • Audio file (mp3 file)

Cost: 

  • $19.95 for DC members
  • $39.95 for non-DC members 
  • $9.95 for DC student members


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Last Updated: May 20, 2022

Type: Learning on Demand

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