As the population ages, the way people used to do things is being shaken up. You could even say that there’s an “agequake” going on in the kitchen. We hope that you will find these practical ideas to help older adults to eat well helpful.
- Active Lifestyle Menu Planner
- Conserve Your Energy in the Kitchen
- Healthy 10-minute Meals
- Keep it Simple cookbook
- Grocery List Planning sheet
- Grocery Shopping Survival Tips
- Letter to My Grocery Store Manager
- Menu Planning 101
- Occupational Therapy Tips for Better Living (arthritis, lung disease, ALS, etc.)
Created in 2001 and updated in 2014 by Jan Anderson-Toupin, P. Dt., from Jeffery Hale Community Partners in collaboration with:
- Jennifer Hobbs-Robert, R.N.
- Diane Kameen, Communications Advisor
- Karine Morel, Occupational Therapist
- Laura Vandervet, Certified Nutritionist
- Amy Bilodeau, Program Coordinator
Funding provided by: The Munro Brown Foundation and Voice of English-speaking Québec.