Study finds a clear emphasis on dining once basic senior living facility needs are met.
Dining and foodservice offerings ranked seventh on a list of 13 concerns important to consumers in choosing a senior living facility in a recent survey conducted by the Dietary Managers Association. The survey was completed by 332 consumers, age 55 and older who had researched senior living, either for themselves or a loved one, and also by 237 members of the DMA who are currently employed by senior living facilities. The most frequently identified characteristics of important concerns ...
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