The age-old business proverb, "What was good enough to get you there isn't good enough to keep you there, should be the manta for modern-day dining services in your adult day care center and assisted living facility . An option is food is assembled on trays in the main kitchen, then removed from the tray prior to service in the dining room. This dining service is an upgrade to the traditional food being served on trays.
The kind of changes a center makes to its dining service should depend totally on its clientele. One of the most frequent customers in senior citizen dining are Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing facilities, Short-term Rehab, and finally Adult Day Care participants."
Most healthcare residents in Adult Day Care,lived through the Great Depression. While Independent Living and rehab patients are more likely to be Baby Boomers.