Feeding Grandpa – ND 2015 Awareness Raising Campaign

March 24, 2016

Feeding Grandpa is the North Dakota Senior Service Providers 2015 campaign to educate legislators in North Dakota about the Nutrition Program they provide to older adults and why it is important to support these programs. There is a campaign titled ‘Feeding Grandma’ too – click here to access this resource.  

Keeping Up with Health Care Organizations: Understanding the Value Proposition as Integrated Care Progresses

February 28, 2016

Hosted by the: National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging On December 9th last year,  we provided a webinar with Sharon Williams. In this previous webinar, Sharon discussed how nutrition program could align their services with the key issues that drive healthcare organizations’ primary needs. She also focused on consumer and compliance needs. This follow-up webinar … Read more »

Toolkit: Identifying the Actual Cost of a Meal – Parts 1 and 2

November 3, 2016

A quality senior nutrition program should be future-focused, client-focused, entrepreneurial-minded and should demonstrate business acumen. Those running and overseeing quality senior nutrition programs, independent of their size, must understand why it is imperative to fully understand their actual costs and acceptable “profit margins” before participating in this changing business arena. The following resources support the… Read more »

Toolkit: Components of a Quality Nutrition Program – Part 2

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November 3, 2016

A quality senior nutrition program should be future-focused, client-focused and entrepreneurial-minded. Those running and overseeing quality senior nutrition programs, independent of their size, must understand the role senior nutrition services play within the broader parallel nutrition systems, and they must be prepared to modernize their strategy and operations, strengthening this role in the changing environment…. Read more »