At Bangeston Autism Care Services, we take the health and wellbeing of our residents very seriously. We are constantly working to improve our weekly menus to ensure service users both enjoy the meals we serve and get as much nutritional goodness from them as possible. For example, did you know you can significantly enrich your diet and your health by eating seafood regularly?
Food education is part of life at Bangeston Hall and all our other centres. We communicate regularly with service users about the options available. Because our service users have autistic spectrum conditions and are all treated as individuals, we may take different approaches to clearly explain the nutritional benefits.
See our latest menu below. From speaking to our service users, their favourite meal in the last month was [insert dish] because [insert reasons]!
What’s more, most of the ingredients in our meals are sourced locally, from fruit and vegetables to meat and fish, which means we can support businesses in our area and ingredients don’t need to travel far, which is great news for our carbon footprint!