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Win 1 of 3 Care Hydration Packs

In celebration of Nutrition and Hydration Week, Oranka Juice Solutions are offering three lucky care

homes the opportunity to win a Care Hydration Pack including a selection of Hydration Juice drinks, fill line jug and an acrylic bulb dispenser.

All you have to do is visit https://www.oranka.co.uk/solutions/our-concepts/care-hydration  download the PDF and name two consequences of poor

hydration within a care home. Email your answer to marketing@oranka.co.uk by the 17th March 2019.


From our friends at the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management (CSNM)

Dave Lebert from the CSNM has shared some information on their student challenge:

‘This year CSNM challenged approximately 400 students who are enrolled in Nutrition Management in CSNM’s ten accredited college programs to plan a Tea Party for those residing at a Long Term Care Home.  This Tea Party was to be part of Nutrition Hydration Week celebrations. 
Andy Jones, one of the founders of the Global Tea Party generously offered to host a Webinar to help students start designing a Tea Party worthy of recognition.  All students who submitted their plans received complimentary Student Membership in CSNM as well as their Provincial Chapter.  Two Grand Prize winners receive a CSNM Annual AGM/Conference experience including all travel expenses. 
This is the third Student Challenge and this year thirty students representing each of CSNM’s ten accredited programs have submitted their plans for hosting a Tea Party that promotes Nutrition and Hydration.   
There are many creative themes and menus showcased as well as ways to market the event.  CSNM hopes that you are inspired by the ideas presented and use them to help plan a Global Tea Party to be remembered.  Don’t forget to submit pictures and descriptions of events hosted at your facilities- nhweek@yahoo.co.uk’
Some of the students kindly agreed to share their competition submission – thank you

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