Improving the mealtime experience for elderlyImproving the mealtime experience for elderly

How can we create a meal environment and equal meal experience in nursing homes that improves the general quality of life for elderly people and engage the elderly, relatives and staff in this development?

The challenge is a part of Openlab's Masters Course Challenges for the Emerging City. Read more in full description.

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Improving the mealtime experience for elderly

How can we create a meal environment and equal meal experience in nursing homes that improves the general quality of life for elderly people and engage the elderly, relatives and staff in this development?

The challenge is a part of Openlab's Masters Course Challenges for the Emerging City. Read more in full description.

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Stureby nursing home opened in 1938 up to date has 197 residents, many of whom live with dementia. The Reality Lab at Stureby nursing home want to innovate the future meal environment for the seniors living at the nursing home.

The challenge is to create a meal environment and equal meal experience in nursing homes that improves the general quality of life for elderly people and engage the elderly, relatives and staff in this development?

This challenge is a part of Openlab's Masters Course Challenges for the Emerging City. Students in the course will suggest solutions and present them to the challenge giver. Feel free to participate in the challenge by sharing your ideas or give feedback to the students' solutions.

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