Need Help?
Call Us Toll Free!

You have no items in your shopping cart.

Subtotal: $0.00

Food Service in Dementia Care

More Views

Food Service in Dementia Care

Availability: In stock

Course Number:

Is your resident agitated or overwhelmed at mealtime? Does his or her reduced motor skills make it difficult for him/her to feed himself or herself? This course explores techniques and strategies to adjust food and nutrition services to the needs and abilities of your residents. Challenges and interventions for diminished sense of taste and thirst, and loss of motor skills are addressed. In the video included your staff will see actual real world, effective techniques demonstrated to optimize the food service experience in your facility.

Product Information:
  • DVD Training Video
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • How To Optimize the Food Service Experience in Your Facility
  • Real World, Effective Techniques Demonstrated


  • Staff’s role and responsibility in monitoring the residents for eating and drinking.
  • Steps care staff can take to encourage good nutrition.
  • Discuss the importance of reporting to your supervisor when a
  • resident is not eating or drinking well.

Resource Packet

All of our staff training DVDs include a resource packet to help you conduct a successful inservice training with your staff. Each downloadable resource packet includes an instructor guide, learner workbook, inservice attendance roster, certificate of completion, quiz, and quiz key.

Running Time

Approximately 20 minutes.

Additional Information

Canonical Link No
Course Type DVD

Food Service in Dementia Care