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Title: NACC South East


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NACC South East
  • Regional Summer Seminar
  • 25th June 2014
  • Brakes Group Head Office, Covent Garden

2
Agenda
  • 0915 Registration networking - All
  • 0950 Welcome Sponsors (Brakes) - MXT / PA
  • 1000 Business Meeting
  • Last Meeting Minutes - VR
  • Minutes from National Executive Meeting - MXT
  • General NACC Update - NR
  • AOB - All
  • 1045 Coffee Break Care Cook Viewing
  • 1115 Malnutrition Task Force Presentation -
    LC
  • 1145 Coeliac UK Presentation - KM
  • 1215 Sanctuary Care Live Presentation - MO
  • 1245 Lunch networking, sponsored by Brakes
  • 1330 Industry Nutrition Update FIC
    Presentation - ES
  • 1415 2014 Road Relay Interactive Workshop -
    All
  • 1530 - Depart

3
NACC South East
  • Business Meeting
  • - Last Meeting Minutes
  • - Minutes from National Executive Meeting
  • General NACC Update
  • - AOB

4
Coffee Tea Break
5
Coffee Tea Break
6
Malnutrition Task Force
  • Lesley Carter
  • Partnerships Projects Programme Manager

7
Summer Seminar
  • Malnutrition task force and the importance
    within the care sector

8
The Malnutrition Task Force
  • Independent group of experts across health,
    social care and local government, united to
    address the problem of preventable malnutrition
    in older people

9
Malnutrition Task Force Mission
  • To ensure the prevention and treatment of
    preventable malnutrition is embedded in all care
    and community support services as well as
    raising awareness amongst older people and their
    families

10
Phase 1 Understanding
  • Research, workshops, learning examples and case
    studies
  • Understanding the issues
  • Understanding what looks good
  • Finding out what interventions have already taken
    place to tackle malnutrition - being clear on
    what has worked

11
Consequences of Malnutrition (within days)
Psychology depression apathy
Poor breathing and cough from loss of muscle
strength
Poor Immunity and infections
Decreased Cardiac output
Liver fatty change, functional declinenecrosis,
fibrosis
Hypothermia decline in all functions
Impaired wound healing and susceptibility to
pressure ulcers
Renal function limited ability to excrete salt
and water
Impaired gut integrity and immunity
Loss of muscle and bone strength - falls and
fractures
12
  • Potential causes of malnutrition in older people

13
Phase 2 Developing
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Guidance
  • Guides for
  • Food and beverage providers
  • Hospitals
  • Care homes
  • Local communities
  • Commissioners
  • Available to download from
  • www.malnutritiontaskforce.org.uk

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  • Five principles for best practice
  1. Raising awareness
  2. Working together
  3. Identifying malnutrition
  4. Personalised care, support and treatment
  5. Monitoring and evaluation

16
  • Phase 3 Testing

17
  • The Five Pilot Sites

18
Social Marketing Campaign
19
  • Change Management Process

20
Evaluation by University of Chester
  • How has the Change Management programme been
    received by the different participants in Health
    Communities?
  • What are the successes with the Change Management
    programme?
  • And what are the issues? (i.e. lessons for
    improving effectiveness)
  • How successful was the pilot program?
  • A written evaluation report for each of the five
    sites

21
Phase 4 sharing the learning
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  • Follow our progress

23
  • Keep in touch . . .
  • Lesley Carter
  • Projects and Partnerships Programme Manager
  • lesley.carter_at_ageuk.org.uk

24
Coeliac UK
  • Kathryn Miller
  • Food Policy Lead, Coeliac UK

25
Sanctuary Care
  • Mark Ord Chris Hillyard
  • Hotel, Catering Support Services Managers

26
Lunch
  • Lunch kindly sponsored by Brakes

27
Industry Nutritional Update FIC Information
  • Eileen Steinbock
  • Head of Health Nutrition, Brakes

28
NACCSouth East
29
FIC
  • What it is
  • What we will do
  • What our customers will need to do

30
Provision of Food Information to Consumers
  • EU regulation
  • Brings together
  • Food labelling
  • Food allergens
  • Nutrition labelling
  • Came into law October 2011
  • Must comply by December 2014

31
FIC main changes
  • Nutrition labelling to be mandatory, will be in a
    different order
  • Allergy advice line no longer allowed
  • Allergy information in ingredients list, brakes
    will highlight allergens in BOLD

32
Implications for Brakes
  • Change to every piece of packaging
  • Trying to coincide with new branding
  • Any product produced after December 2014 must be
    in FIC compliant packaging
  • We may have long shelf life products in 2015 or
    beyond
  • New packaging will be seen from the end of 2013

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Sodium no longer declared
35
FIC for food sold loose
  • This is food sold in catering
  • Must provide allergen information
  • Information on 14 allergens
  • Will no longer be able to say
  • I do not know what is in the food
  • Applies to all catering

36
14 allergens
  • Cereals containing gluten
  • Crustaceans
  • Eggs
  • Fish
  • Peanuts
  • Soya
  • Milk
  • Nuts
  • Celery
  • Mustard
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Lupin
  • Molluscs

37
Gluten nuts
  • Cereals containing gluten
  • Wheat
  • Barley
  • Rye
  • Oats
  • Spelt
  • Kamut
  • Nuts
  • Almonds
  • Hazelnuts
  • Walnuts
  • Cashews
  • Pecan
  • Brazil nuts
  • Pistachio
  • Macadamia

38
How will caterers provide this information
  • Must be available
  • Back of house manual
  • Internal Website
  • Access to central database of recipes
  • Provision
  • Advice to consumer that this information is
    available
  • Notice in restaurant
  • On the menu
  • Customer website
  • Verbal communication with customer

39
Where will caterers find this information
  • Packaging
  • FIC requires allergens to be included in the
    ingredient list
  • The name of the allergen must be emphasised in
    the ingredient list (Brakes Bold)
  • Other sources
  • Information to be available at the point of
    purchase
  • List on-line
  • Product advice sheets

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Contains lists
  • Long lists
  • Match to approved buying lists
  • Inclusion in recipe analysis systems

42
What to do with this information
Ingredient Milk Soya Gluten from Wheat Nuts Fish Crustaceans
Cod N N N N Y N
Prawns N N N N N Y
Brakes Béchamel Sauce Y Y N N N N
Potato N N N N N N
Cream Y N N N N N
Pepper N N N N N N
DISH Y Y N N Y Y
43
Front of House Products
  • Wrapped so will have allergens on the packaging
  • Caterer does not need to do anything more

44
General advice on managing allergens
45
Advice from Brakes
46
The way forward
  • Understand the 14 allergen list
  • Collect allergen information about all your
    prepared products
  • Collect recipes
  • Collect menu ideas (recipes and accompaniments)
  • Build your own allergen data bank
  • Have a protocol for keeping this up to date
  • Train staff in handling allergen enquiries
  • Do this before December 2014!

47
Brakes on-line training
48
New online nutrition course
  • Certified by AfN
  • Easy to use online or print and read
  • Tests after each module, certificate
  • 4 modules
  • Intro to balanced diet
  • Eating well in healthcare sector
  • Malnutrition diabetes
  • Dysphagia, dementia menu planning

49
Link to elearning site
  • https//elearning.brake.co.uk

50
First Screen
51
Employee Registration
52
Log In
53
Dashboard
54
Module One
55
Test
56
Test
57
Dashboard
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Comfort Break5 Mins please
60
2014 National Community Meals WeekRoad Relay
61
Midlands Road Relay 2013
This is our competition !!!
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South East Road Relay
  • Tuesday 11th November
  • Collect Meal from the South West Region
    Hampshire tbc
  • 7 x handover points across the region during the
    day
  • Most imaginative forms of transport
  • Landmark venues / iconic settings
  • As many people who can help as possible
  • Need loads of help with PR / Vehicles / Video /
    Pictures / Driversthe list goes on
  • MXT to give some examples of the offers we have
    had so far..
  • We need to start to plan the day within our
    region
  • Handover to the Midlands Region either that
    evening or the next morning in Cambridgeshire /
    Suffolk borders
  • We will make ours the best and most high
    profile segment of the week
  • Need to get a draft plan agreed and any idea is a
    good idea.
  • MXT / Viv / Cathy to lead a group
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