Nutrition plays a monumental impact on the body’s natural healing process. Rehabilitation requires energy, which comes from food. The higher quality the nutrients a patient consumes, the quicker they’ll be able to progress in their healing journey.
We accommodate a number of dietary restrictions, from gluten intolerances and food allergies to low-sodium and ADA diabetic diets.
Our certified dietician follows the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Guidelines, created by nutritional specialists specifically for individuals recovering from surgeries.
Your loved one can choose from a selection of wholesome, cravable recipes based on their own food preferences.
Hand-breaded fried chicken
Brisket with potato salad
Stuffed bell peppers
At The Arbors, we understand how challenging staying in a new facility can be, especially if you’re used to a particular diet. We know that the most important therapy is the one patients will actually do.
That’s why we strive to provide healthy meals your loved one will enjoy and look forward to every day. Our menu is created on a three-week cycle, so patients don’t eat the same entrée multiple times unless they request it.
The menu is also left open for residents. If someone suggests a recipe, we’ll create a dish. Food that patients don’t like doesn’t stay on the menu.