We are very excited at EYECAN CREATIONS Publications to be developing a new product. This effort is due to a request from an international contact who knows The Eating Game well. She was approached by someone who was very concerned about his father who has Alzheimer’s. It is becoming increasingly more difficult to get his father to eat. So we thank Dr. Heather MacKenzie https://vimeo.com/52550110, who is one of The Eating Game’s most enthusiastic advocates, for initiating this new development!
Through social media, we have two more people interested in this product who are also going to have input at this early stage. Watch for an announcement for when the-is product will become available.
Are you supporting a senior family member or friend who benefit from assistance with meal planning/healthy eating? Comment and share with readers what you do to help them with planning and eating healthy meals.
Perhaps you help them with grocery shopping to make sure they have a good choice of healthy foods to prepare and eat even though you can’t be there at mealtime and you often wonder if they are eating well or at all.
When it is time to shop you find that much of the food you bought last week is still there.
Maybe they are forgetting to prepare meals or can’t think of what to prepare.
An Eater’s Choice Daily Meal Planner would help them to sit down each day to plan meals. It helps to focus by writing the plan down and then they are more apt to remember. When meal time comes around they already have a plan to follow.
The meal planner https://theeatinggame.ca/product/eaters-choice-daily-meal-planner/ can also be a great help in planning how many servings of food groups are needed when shopping for the week. A list of foods might encourage a wider variety of choice and a weekly planner can become a grocery list.
If The Eater’s Choice Daily Meal Planner is not a possibility then consider purchasing an Eating Game for adults https://theeatinggame.ca/product/eating-game-food-photos-adult-version/. I was very excited a number of years ago to meet a gentleman who had suffered a stroke, yet to regain the ability to speak or write. He was thrilled to be given an Eating Game, excited to be able to plan himself what he would eat for meals and snacks!