4 edition of The utilization of home delivered meals by frail elderly meal recipients found in the catalog.
The utilization of home delivered meals by frail elderly meal recipients
Elizabeth Leslie Fogler
by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
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5 Benefits of Home-Delivered Meals for Older Adults Volunteers bring far more than just food, and it makes a difference By Madeline Vann From J meals-on-wheels improves energy and nutrient intake in a frail free-living elderly population The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging© Vol Number 6, Utilization of home-delivered meals by recipients 75 years of age or older.
Nutritional risk in Wisconsin elderly meal program participants. Who's at risk in Washington State. Demographic characteristics affect nutritional risk behaviors in elderly meal participants.
Role of elderly nutrition in home and community-based care. ?NutritionCat_Name=Older+American+Act. This study was conducted to evaluate recipients' perception of service quality, satisfaction, and behavioral intention in home delivered meals program in the US. Out of questionnaires, (%) were collected, and questionnaires (%) were An evaluation found that 42 percent of congregate meals participants and 61 percent of home-delivered meals participants would skip meals or eat less without these programs.
The home-delivered meal program is associated with better nutritional status, dietary intake, food security, and well-being. The program can also help fight social :// Provides congregate meals and home delivered meals for seniors 60+ years.
exercise, mental stimulation, crafts, games, entertainment and a hot meal to frail elderly-those who can no longer attend a regular senior group due to mental and/or physical impairment. Recipients are interviewed by one of our registered nurse volunteers must be To investigate Edmonton Meals on Wheels (MOW) recipients' food preferences and meal satisfaction.
A preliminary study of 13 lunch club participants divided into two focus groups was conducted to The final group of Meals-on-Wheels recipients is a group of individuals who have a relatively high level of disability, mental health symptoms, vision problems, and who suffer from greater financial inadequacy, all of which may require the individuals to need more help with tasks of daily living, such as shopping and meal :// Home-delivered meals are often the first in-home service that an older adult receives, and the program is a primary access point for other home- and community-based services.
The program serves frail, homebound, or isolated individuals who are age 60 and over, and in some cases, their caregivers, spouses, and/or persons with :// ~Elderly are primary recipients of LTC, but there are those physically and mentally healthy to live independently ~Associated with care from nursing homes, but more of a community-based setting ~Strong desire of older Americans to stay in their homes ~Examples are informal care from family, home-delivered meals, and foster ://.