Fingers are the new fork!

How do you create a positive dining experience for seniors living with physical and cognitive changes? Sarah and Stone, the co-founders of Grind Dining challenged past entrepreneurs attempts to answer this question by excluding the use of adaptive or specialized equipment. Stone says, “The best utensils in the world are the ones you were born with.” With the help of Grind Dining, several Watermark Retirement Communities are restoring the joy of dining for their residents.

Steve Moran, author for Senior Housing Forum, sat down with Sarah and Stone of Grind Dining to discuss their new approach to high quality, freshly prepared menu items that are served as bite size hors d’oeuvres intended to be eaten by hand. To read his entire article titled “The Best Ever Adaptive Dementia Eating Utensils,” published on Sunday, October 11th, 2015 on, please click here.

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