food rules

Food Rules – Serving a Course of Education

By MLCommunications |

For rehabilitation clients, dining takes on urgency and adaptation, because food choices often need to change to ensure better health. For these clients, the clock is ticking: In their relatively short span of care, many must learn to change their diets for good. “It’s very much about education,” said John Rifkin, Senior Corporate Executive Chef for…

Senior Living Design Trends

5 Senior Living Design Trends We Love

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What solves problems, sells homes and can even make you smile? The answer is simple: good design. In senior living communities, design influences every aspect of the residents’ experience—from where they gather to the food they eat. Design is also a deciding factor when prospective residents and their families consider moving into a senior living community. Does…

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Morrison Community Summit: The Evolution of Senior Living Design

By MLCommunications |

Is your community looking to renovate or expand? Do you have a Design & Build strategy in place? Register now for the next Morrison Community Summit Educational Series webinar on insights and best practices tied to Design & Build. This engaging one-hour webinar will give access to industry practices and examples. To register for this webinar fill out the…

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7 ways baby boomers are changing senior living – FSD

By MLCommunications |

You might call it The Great Handoff. Today there are approximately 43 million Americans age 65 or older; by 2030, when the last of the baby-boomer generation (those born from 1946 to 1964) reaches 65, that number is estimated to surge to 71.5 million, or about 20 percent of the population, according to the U.S.…

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Public’s help ’crucial’ in developing care services for dementia patients

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The views of the public are “crucial” to developing effective care and services for people with dementia, experts have said. The Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) based at the University of Stirling is hosting an international conference next month and is calling on people to take part in a survey asking what dementia means to…

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Morrison Community Living’s Travel the World program wins 2014 ICAA Innovators Practical Solutions Award

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Association honors program series that offered a culinary journey to residents of senior living communities (VANCOUVER, BC)—The International Council on Active Aging® (ICAA), a professional association that leads, connects and defines the active-aging industry, has selected the Travel the World program created by Morrison Community Living as the recipient of the 2014 ICAA Innovators Practical…

Fabio Viviani

Celebrity Chef Fabio Viviani To Visit Moorestown NJ Senior Living Community

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Fabio Viviani is one the stand-outs from the Top Chef series. I would go as far as to say he was my favorite from the 5th season. Sure he came off as cocky (as some Italians do, no offense!) but underneath that ego and bravado, something told me he’s a good man in addition to…

Imperfect Tomato

Compass Group USA Brings Imperfectly Delicious Produce Into the Spotlight

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Juan Acosta is the executive chef at the Motion Picture & Television Fund, a retirement community assisting former members of the entertainment industry, including three restaurants that offer a full-service experience to residents at dinner. As soon as he enrolled in Compass Group USA’s Imperfectly Delicious Produce program, Acosta had a feeling there would be…