* indicates a resource that is also consumer/patient-friendly

  • Malnutrition: An Older Adult Crisis*
    • This DefeatMalnutrition.Today infographic underscores the health care costs associated with malnutrition, related negative health outcomes, and how to improve older adult nutrition care.
  • 5 Facts About Malnutrition (2016)*
    • This NCOA infographic features five important facts about malnutrition and seniors.
  • Preventing Malnutrition After a Hospital Stay: 6 Questions to Ask Your Doctor (2016)*
    • This NCOA infographic offers tips on how older adults entering the hospital can plan ahead to get the nutrition they need during their hospital stay and when they return home.
  • What is Malnutrition? (2016)*
    • This Gerontological Society of America (GSA) infographic briefly describes the causes of older adult malnutrition and what it means to have good nutrition.
  • Identifying Malnutrition (2016)*
    • This GSA infographic briefly describes the top six recognized signs of malnutrition, as well as common causes of malnutrition.
  • Food Availability (2014)*
    • This AARP Foundation infographic highlights shopping habits of low-income older adults, including what individuals feel is needed to make it easier to eat a nutritious diet.
  • Assessing Food Insecurity (2014)*
    • This AARP Foundation infographic highlights some of the specific hardships low-income older adults face in making healthy food purchasing decisions, how often they purchase nutritious foods, and where individuals turn for nutrition information.
  • Nourish Your Muscles as You Age*
    • This Abbott overview and infographic provides helpful information about staying strong as you age.
  • Alliance to Advance Patient Nutrition: Approach to Interdisciplinary Nutrition Care (2014)*
    • This flowchart outlines the steps needed – from hospital admission to discharge – as well as the interdisciplinary nature of treating an individual who is malnourished or at-risk for malnutrition.

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