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Food Safety in Residential Care

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This module will address the care provider’s responsibility to ensure food is safe, nutritious, appealing and delicious for our residents. We will discuss how food borne illness is caused and spread as well as the proper hand washing technique and general safety practices related to food preparation.
Course Information:
  • DVD Training Video
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • The importance of Hydration and Signs of Dehydration
  • General food safety practices


Course Outline

  • Introduction to nutrition and the importance of good nutrition for residents in our communities
  • Tips for healthy eating
  • The importance of hydration and signs of dehydration
  • Hydration options
  • What are modified diets
  • Dyspepsia and how do we swallow, how it occurs, some problems caused by dyspepsia, and treatment
  • Resident preferences
  • Food borne illness and how food becomes contaminated
  • General food safety practices
  • Hand washing techniques
  • The importance of proper food temperatures
  • Cross-contamination
  • How to properly clean and sanitize
  • Chemicals in the food service area
  • Other hazards to be aware of when dealing with food safety

Resource Packet

All of our staff training DVDs include a resource packet to help you conduct a successful inservice training with your staff. Each downloadable resource packet includes an instructor guide, learner workbook, inservice attendance roster, certificate of completion, quiz, and quiz key.

Running Time

Approximately 18 minutes.

Additional Information

Canonical Link caregivers-training-solutions/dvd-training/staff-training-dvds/food-safety-in-residential-care
Course Type DVD

Food Safety in Residential Care