Preventing malnutrition in later life

Improving nutrition and creating friendships: the benefits of the Casserole Club in Brighton

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In the third of our series of blogs on preventing malnutrition in the community, we’re looking at the Casserole Club in Brighton Casserole Club is a great way of both improving nutrition and creating friendships. Developed by FutureGov in 2012, it matches volunteers who like to cook to ‘diners’ in their area who would benefit […]

Training staff to screen for malnutrition in the community

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In our second spotlight on services in the community to prevent malnutrition, we’re looking at the Wessex Academic Health Science Network’s (AHSN) Nutrition in Older Adults Programme. We know that if we’re going to effectively treat malnutrition, we need to first be able to identify those at risk in hospitals and in the community. Screening tools, such […]

Tackling malnutrition in our communities

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This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week, an excellent campaign which celebrates food and drink as a way of maintaining health and wellbeing. As part of the Week, the Malnutrition Task Force will be looking at malnutrition among older people in the community and highlighting wonderful examples of initiatives that can help tackle this.   

The importance of keeping to a healthy weight in later life

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Dianne Jeffrey, chair of the Malnutrition Task Force, talks about how vital it is to keep to a healthy weight in later life and why getting thinner is not ‘natural’ in later life.  This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week, a brilliant campaign which raises awareness and celebrates food and drink as a way of maintaining health […]

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