Food as Social Currency
At Kisco Senior Living, we strive to embrace the exciting trends taking place when it comes to dining in senior living communities. Our goal is to make eating an experience rather than just a necessity and nothing else.
Multiple Dining Venues
One aspect of our unique dining experience that we’re most proud of is that our residents have a variety of venues to choose from when they’re ready to dine:
- Dining rooms
- Private dining for family
The reason for multiple dining options is that we want to stimulate and fully engage our residents’ senses. That’s just not possible with the standard white tablecloths and banquet-style seating offered by traditional senior living dining environments. Just as there are different types of cuisines to enjoy, there should be different environments in which to enjoy them.
No matter where our residents decide to design, they can expect nothing but flavorful, healthy dishes. We switch up our menu to keep meals from being predictable and boring, and we put our focus on ensuring meals are healthy and made to the highest of standards.
Our chefs are well-experienced, and they share our commitment to provide residents with a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Residents will have no shortage of cuisines to sample, allowing them to taste the flavors of different parts of the world without leaving our facilities. Be sure to check out the image gallery here on our site for an up-close look at some of our delicious, healthy meal options.
More Than Just Food
Something else we focus on with our dining programs is helping our residents associate food with people and the unique experiences that food can create. For instance, we hope to bring people together and stir up conversations while sitting down for a meal. We feature recipes that can be made by a group of people who can sit down and enjoy their prepared meal, creating new memories. We also offer seasonal events to bring residents together and wellness practices that turn food into medicine that also nourishes one’s well-being.