A Note From the Editor
Everyone knows that if you want to draw a large crowd to any type of gathering, you must include food. Food stimulates social connections like nothing else and, for many, it embodies our cultural heritage, sense of identity and personal history. For older adults, the attachments can be strong.
In this issue of Engage Magazine, we are happy to focus on the importance of food in the aging services field. Our feature article discusses the architectural considerations that go into the design and functionality of eating spaces. Tom Brutting with HKIT Architects in Oakland, Calif. shares his insights that stem from a group of architects focusing on improving dining room design.
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The theme for this issue was "Long Term Services and Supports Financing Reform - Now More than Ever"