Jennifer Brush Featured in ASHA Leader Article about Helping People with Dementia Eat the Foods They Love

By |2016-10-31T15:03:28+00:00October 14th, 2015|aging, alzheimers, dementia, dementia. alzheimers, dysphagia, long term care, nutrition|

Jennifer Brush was recently featured in an article from the October 2015 issue of ASHA Leader, published by the American Speech and Hearing Association. In the article, entitled “Stepping Up to the Plate,” Jennifer was interviewed about her person-centered approach to helping older adults with dementia find ways to enjoy the foods they love while [...]

Facing the Challenge of Good Nutrition as We Age

By |2016-10-31T15:03:32+00:00June 9th, 2014|aging, dementia, nutrition|

I am very pleased to introduce you to our guest blogger this week, Kathy Birkett, RDN.   Kathy is a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist with over thirty years of experience helping patients, clients and their family members achieve healthy lives through nutrition. She has provided nutrition advice to people in a variety of settings, [...]