Have your cake and eat it too! Dietitian's role in informed choice and personalized dining in residential care

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Delivering person-directed dining experiences is a revolutionary shift in Residential Care practice, in both Canada and USA. This raises many questions and concerns. Don't miss this presentation that uses a 'real life' case study to demonstrate what informed choice means and what the process of planning for person-directed care looks like. Discover practical strategies and approaches dietitians can use when moving away from restricted diets to more liberalized, individualized diets. Find out what current research and resources are available to you that support these new dining standards in residential care.


Host: Gerontology Network

Date of presentation: November 29, 2017

Speakers:

  • Diane Hall, RD, LDN, NHA, Owner of Balanced Senior Nutrition, Author of "The Inside Scoop on Informed Choice"
  • Gall Douglas RD, LDN, MBA, Regional Director, Balanced Senior Nutrition Advocate for the new dining throughout the communities serviced by BSN
  • Dr. John H. Potomski, Jr., Medical Director (contributor)

Materials:

  • Video presentation (90 minutes) with the presentation slides and handouts (pdf)
  • Audio file (mp3 file)

Cost: $14.95 for members; $19.95 for non-members; $9.95 for students


Last Updated: November 23, 2020

Type: Learning on Demand

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Have your cake and Eat it too
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Have your cake and eat it too webinar slides
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7 Simple Steps for Resident Centered Care Planning
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Dining Preferences
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Reference List Nutrition and LTC Diane Hall resource
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The Surprising Evidence about Restricted Diets
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Professional Development Record
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Registre de developpement professionnel

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