In Home Health Care & Senior Nutrition

Good nutrition contributes to a greater quality of life for seniors. In home health care can help your loved one meet nutritional needs.

More than 1 in 3 seniors in the care of others is at risk for under- or mal-nutrition (Mayo Clinic/American Dietetic Association). Malnutrition is the lack of proper nutrition, not necessarily a lack of food. Detecting malnutrition in seniors may be difficult, and even seniors who eat enough may be eating the wrong foods to keep themselves healthy. At Comfort Keepers®, we help seniors live healthy, independent lives and promote senior nutrition through the Nourish Senior Life® initiative. Comfort Keepers in home health care will ensure that the nutritional needs of your senior loved one are met.

As seniors age and change, so do their nutritional needs. Making sure those needs are met makes a real difference in their quality of life. Caregivers or family members should be aware of the signs and symptoms of hunger or malnutrition in older adults, which include the following:

Home Health Guelph: Want to help seniors with limited resources in your community?

You can help fight senior hunger and malnutrition by donating non-perishable food items to the home health Guelph Comfort Keepers office. Find out more at Feed Seniors Now®.

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