Happy New Year! When planning your hospitality needs for 2023, consider a partnership with an award-winning dining services company that creates exceptional culinary experiences through customizable, wellness-driven, and dynamic programs!
Our reputation resonates with new clients such as Westerwood Senior Living, a 356-bed premier nonprofit Life Care community in Columbus, Ohio, which partnered with Cura in 2022!
“This is a big operation with many opportunities, and dining services are essential to the success of our operation. It is important to draw from each organization’s strengths and talents for the success of the overall organization. Cura has been a true partner from communication, to problem-solving, to sharing ideas. We are excited to travel this journey together,” says Lisa Burkhart, LNHA, Executive Director.
Special gourmet holiday menus and event-themed dining, including a Christmas Open House with savory and sweet offerings, provides residents the opportunity to celebrate in the comfort of their home!
It’s no wonder why life plans communities continue to partner with Cura. Our awards speak for themselves!
Cura was also a 2022 recipient of the Best Customer Service Concept from Food Management Magazine! The culinary team at Presbyterian Senior Living (PSL) Westminster Woods at Huntingdon in PA won for its online order app titled westwoodsdining.com.
Chad Evans, Executive Director for PSL Westminster Woods, nominated the concept.
“It’s been nothing but a positive experience. Since most of the meal breaks are taken at the same time, the ordering app helps to save time for our staff as well as streamline prep for our café team. It’s tough work, so the technology has made a difference for my staff as they are able to have their full break during lunch or supper. They also love how they can specialize their orders – they are able to customize what they want!
“Since WestWoods Dining was introduced, residents are sharing rave reviews. Expanded dining hours better fit our busy lives; flexible (a la carte) ordering lets us have light meals when we want; and more sides, soups, and starters let us customize our meals. The lessons from staff to introduce the program were a huge help in flattening our learning curves while the outreach of caring neighbors supports residents who occasionally struggle,” says Sandy Loughlin, Resident Dining Chair.
For more on how your community can benefit from exceptional dining experiences, contact Cura’s partnership development team!