Home Instead Warrington and Lymm Senior Care owner Melissa Critchley said: “We want to bring back the love of food for our older people here in Warrington and Lymm.
“At Home Instead, we ensure our clients eat well - but not all older people have this support, and families can often struggle to encourage elderly relatives to eat healthy meals regularly.
“As people as, they experience changes to their sense of smell, taste and vision.
“This, combined with health issues and often living alone, can impact on their desire to eat.
“Good nutrition is essential to help older people live well, and the guidance we will be providing as part of the Stay Nourished campaign looks at all aspects of healthy eating, malnutrition, food hygiene, food preparation and cooking methods.
“We are committed to helping older people to eat well, drink well and age well.”

Home Instead Warrington and Lymm will be holding free workshops in the community with businesses, groups and organisations in the town

A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home