Avery partners with Oak House Kitchen on inclusive meals


To benefit care home residents with complex dietary requirements, Avery Healthcare chefs are partaking in online training to prepare inclusive mealtime solutions.

In partnership with Oak House Kitchen, specialists in catering consultancy and training in the healthcare sector, Avery Healthcare Head and Sous chefs are actively participating in mandatory online training courses.

The training, delivered alongside live feedback, is designed to educate chefs on adapting meals for specialised diets, including those with dysphagia, maintaining the same nutritional value and taste, and offers hints, tips, and recipe ideas.

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These meal solutions benefit residents by providing a more inclusive mealtime experience that improves their overall well-being and experience whilst residing at Avery care homes.

Simon Lawrence, Avery’s Head of Culinary and Hospitality, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to work with sector-leading experts as we adapt our training to online modules with live feedback, ultimately benefitting our staff with in-depth training.”


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