Make Sure the Seniors in Your Life are Eating Healthy

Assisted Living Locators
Cascade EAP_National Nutrition Month
Assisted Living Locators, your EAP eldercare resource, would like to remind you to make sure the seniors in your life are eating healthy by helping with meal planning and, when it's safe to do so, to dine together as often as possible. Eating meals together can help seniors struggling with loneliness, poor diet, and medication management. Motivating older adults to eat healthy can be a daunting challenge. Poor nutrition can lead to frailty and diminished physical and mental functioning. If your aging loved one needs more help with daily dietary and social needs, consider an assisted living community.

Assisted living offers nutritious, often chef–prepared, cuisine catered for specific medical conditions and elderly needs. Residents are served three meals a day tailored to the changing health needs of seniors. Assisted Living Locators works with families to find assisted living communities with top amenities, progressive healthcare and optimal wellness programs. Our free referral service allows you take the time to ensure information is fully vetted, intuitive and the best elder care resources out there.

To access Assisted Living Locators service, please call Cascade Centers at 800–433–2320.
Assisted Living Locators Assisted Living Locators are your local care advisors who help you learn about senior are options in your community. Their agents are experts in senior care options. Once you connect with the care advisor in your community they'll create a customized plan based on your needs. They will help you simplify your search, understand your options, compare costs and services and will provide unbiased, personal and expert guidance. Assisted Living Locators offers free support to Cascade Centers EAP members.

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