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Joy of Food

Joy of Food

We strive to ensure that the menu’s that we offer are nutritious, varied and taste delicious. Menus are created weekly with the residents, however we do acknowledge menus are not set in stone and our residents can make changes to their menu they wish.

Our staff are trained to encourage our residents to participate in cooking where they learn to adapt their skills and develop independent skills.

If someone has been diagnosed with a medical condition such as dementia or diabetes, diet can have a significant impact on how well you feel and even how independent you can be. Our staff are trained to ensure people medical related dietary needs are understood and met.


Fresh and Delicious

Whether it’s a wholesome cottage pie or a more exotic Thai curry, our policy is to make sure every meal is nutritionally balanced and made from the freshest ingredients.  All our menus offer choice and are flexible to accommodate change. Our residents are encouraged to make home-made meals, snacks and sweets for everyone to enjoy.

Dietary Requirements

Food and drink are an important part of all our lives and are a particularly enjoyable experience at EL Marsh. Our menus are designed to reflect each individual’s likes, dislikes and dietary needs and can be changed at any time to reflect daily changes.

For residents that have difficulties in swallowing we modify the menu so that is it a soft, palatable dish.   The managers can then ensure all modified menus served are presented correctly for our residents.

What can we do to help?

We’re here to help in any way we can – whether that’s finding you the right support or helping you choose the best residential home or supported living service. Use our online tool for more information on our services or for contact details to our individual care homes where you can arrange a visit direct. Alternatively, you can complete our contact form and we’ll be in touch with you as soon as possible.