The NACC actively promotes the development of professional standards to its members and anyone else operating within the care catering sector. Its growing list of supportive publications spans a range of issues affecting care caterers, offering best practice advice in an easy-to-digest format. They will help any organisation implement positive change and improve standards in catering services, to the benefit of service users and workers alike.
This guidance embeds nutritional wellbeing into good practice, and enables care providers to provide excellent nutritional care and to meet the Care Quality Commission's Fundamental Standards as laid out in...
As an industry standard this document identifies the 10 Key Characteristics of a good Community Meals Service. Since it was first published in 1992 this guidance has become the industry...
This publication will support managers, inspectors and compliance officers who find themselves in the inevitable position of being responsible for managing or inspecting catering operations, without having had any formal...
The standard is for all those involved in care catering for adults across social care services including residential, day care and community meals. Using the standard provides a way of...
Luncheon Clubs enable many older and vulnerable people to retain their independence and to continue to enjoy living independently, in their own communities. They provide a lifeline for those who...
This guide has been produced to educate both Chef's, Catering Managers and Care Staff on how to menu plan with considerations for nutritional needs as well as special diets. This...