Are you interested in finding out more about malnutrition in older people? Eat Well Age Well are now offering bespoke ‘Raising the Issue of Malnutrition Training’.
Whether you are part of a voluntary organisation, a carer, or work in health or social care, if you have a group of staff and/or volunteers who are working with older people and could benefit from our training then the Eat Well Age Well Team would love to hear from you.
Our Raising the Issue of Malnutrition training aims to increase practitioners’ knowledge and confidence around identifying and supporting older people at home in the community who are at risk or are suffering from malnutrition. This training incorporates information on:
- Common signs and symptoms of malnutrition.
- Guidance around supporting individuals using Food First advice.
- Utilising simple tools such as armbands and the Patient Association Nutrition Checklist to identify at risk individuals.
- Gaining awareness of promoting good nutrition and hydration in older adults.
Read our full training brief here
“I thought the training was really useful with a good blend of information and group work….I would definitely recommend the training to others. It was nice to see a cross section of professional groups too. I hadn’t realised that malnutrition was as prevalent as it is and it is very encouraging that there are user friendly tools to help identify those at risk as well as tips on how to combat it”.
“I now feel more confident about what elderly people need to eat to be healthy. I think I would now recognise if someone was malnourished”
“I just wanted to drop you a quick email to say how much I enjoyed your recent Zoom training. It was my first venture into a Zoom experience and I was impressed. I liked the variety you introduced eg different rooms, videos, whole group. It seemed very slick! Well done”.
How do I arrange a session?
To organise a tailored session for you and your staff/volunteers at a time which is convenient for you, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note, due to current circumstances, all our training sessions are delivered virtually.