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Keeping Dignity in the Dining Room for Senior Living

Becky Eighmey
Becky Eighmey | September 30, 2014


In senior living facilities, ailments associated with aging and diseases such as Alzheimer’s can sometimes sneak up on patients and residents. Often times, one of the things these conditions sneak up on is dignity. Our job in the medical supply and nursing industry is to help residents keep their dignity. One of the best ways to do this is to help residents keep up with as many of their daily and favorite activities as possible.

These activities include eating and drinking. 

There are many types of adaptive feeding equipment and medical supplies available to assist residents so they can continue eating, drinking and dining independently. Independence will not only provide dignity to residents who may need assistance but also help to maximize comfort, provide quality of life and maintain adequate intake.


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