Lessons Learned from 3 Decades of Memory Care Dining at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network

Everyone wants to be catered to. Memory care residents don’t just want it – they need it. For close to 30 years, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network in Oakmont, Pennsylvania, has been developing its person-centered care model. In many regards, these person-centred practices reach their peak in memory care dining. “Presbyterian SeniorCare Network lives a person-centered culture […]

Transform Podcast #3 – Marjan Kodric of Brookdale Senior Living and Carrie Chiusano of the Dementia Care Center of Excellence

From fresher ingredients to more sophisticated dishes, to more varied dining venues and experiences, senior living is constantly raising the bar in dining — even in the face of staffing challenges, occupancy pressures, and the need to carefully manage the bottom line. In this episode, you’ll hear from Marjan Kodric, vice president dining services at […]

How Evidence-Based Dining Programs Will Drive Memory Care Move-Ins

Today’s senior living decision-maker — often the adult child of a potential resident — grew up in the 1960s and 1970s, a time when television still fell into the category of “cutting-edge technology” and “making an informed decision” meant employing a mix of anecdotal evidence and national ranking systems. That generation is now aging into […]