Consider signing up for home delivered meals. Home-delivered meals can be a great option for older adults, people with disabilities, or those recovering from an illness, as it can help them maintain their independence and stay in their own homes. Additionally, for people with mobility issues, it can be a great way to receive nutritious meals without having to leave their home.
A home-delivered meal is a meal that is prepared and delivered to a person’s home, typically by a meal delivery service or a community organization. Home-delivered meals are usually delivered on a regular basis, such as daily or weekly. The meals are often tailored to meet the specific dietary needs and preferences of the person receiving them. They can be provided as pre-cooked, frozen meals or as fresh meals that are delivered daily or weekly.
Home-delivered meals can be funded by various sources, such as government programs, non-profit organizations, and private pay. The meals can be provided by volunteers, paid staff, or a combination of both.
Ways to Prevent Malnutrition
Who, what and when are you eating? Dietitians recommend keeping a food diary to track meals, snacks, and water intake. Dehydration is often overlooked but can cause major health problems and emergency department visit.
Monica Stynchula – CEO / REUNIONCare, Inc.