WT 50 Z63 (available) - Monographie
Bon appetit! The joy of dining in long-term care / ZGOLA, Jitka M. ; BORDILLON, Gilbert.
Baltimore, Winnipeg : Health Professions Press, 2001, x, 308 p.

Residential and long-term care centers
Health facility environment

Mots-clés secondaires : Assistive devices ; Foods ; Autonomy ; Wheelchairs ; Development of personnel ; Taste (sense) ; Implementation ; Physical environment ; Purpose ; Positioning ; Programmation ; Recipes ; Meals

Résumé :

Based on a proven mealtime program for elder care facilities, this book demonstrates how to restore the simple pleasures of eating to frail residents. Here are innumerable ways to turn meals into prime times for building relationship, supporting identities, providing pleasing sensory stimuilation, and improving functional skills. Critical assessment tools and a complete training itinerary help staff integrate the principles of resident autonomy and person-centered care into their work. Special attention is also devoted to identifying the needs of people with dementia.

Illustrations : ill. ; portr.
Language : Anglais
Book type : MONO
Doc n° : 16891 ISBN / ISSN : 1-878812-68-8
NumRec : 1689103


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