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The NACC members are at the front line of care catering and overcome challenges and push boundaries to deliver excellence and innovation daily. The sharing of best practice is actively encouraged and essential to inspire new ideas and approaches. Here’s some great examples of progressive care catering.

This is a small sample of resources and downloads available to you, please log into the Members Area to view all Case Studies, Recipes, Best Practise and our Resource Library.

Improving oral health for adults in care homes

A quick guide for Care Home Managers

Hot Weather Flyers

With the UK basking in another heat wave and preparations being made in your organisation to help those you care for and work with stay cool and hydrated. Please download the additional resources and information created by the NACC to support you in your preparation with advice and recommendations.

Are you drinking enough water Poster

Are You Drinking Enough Water Poster

Adding the NACC Website to your Mobile Device

Find out how to add the NACC Website icon to the home screen of your mobile device ,,,

Almond and Cherry Shake

Please open the link to view our Fortified Recipe of Almond and Cherry Shake.

A Practical Guide to Healthy Ageing

The advice in this booklet will help improve the health and general fitness of people of any age, but it is written to be particularly relevant for people who are about 70 years or older.

10 Key characteristics for good nutritional care

There are over 100 recommendations within the resolution and they were originally summarised by the Council of Europe Alliance (UK) into the 10 Key Characteristics and these have been adapted as part of the Nutrition Plan in England to be meaningful in social care settings as well as hospitals.

Case Study - Meals on Wheels

HILS is based at four sites across Hertfordshire – St Albans, Hemel Hempstead, Ware, and Letchworth – each with its own kitchen, freezers and office. In total, 60 Meals on Wheels delivery rounds operate daily with up to 1,800 meals served. Almost 200 local people are employed across the four sites, in roles ranging from Community and Support teams through to support functions, such as HR and finance, and the Leadership team. All staff are paid at least the Living Wage (set by the Living Wage Foundation).