eMenuCHOICE expands service to all New Perspective Senior Living locations

Posted in News on December 2, 2019

ST. PAUL, Minn.—eMenuCHOICE, a leading dining management and point of sale (POS) application for senior living communities, now serves all sites operated by New Perspective Senior Living. New Perspective operates 24 senior living communities in cities across Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Illinois. The firm serves more than 2,500 seniors through independent living, assisted living, and memory care options. “eMenuCHOICE gave us the best combination of tools to help us not only manage but expand Read More »

eMenuCHOICE Expands Team, Adding National Sales Director and Senior Software Engineer

Posted in Announcements on October 15, 2019

ST. PAUL, Minn.—eMenuCHOICE, a leading dining management and point of sale application for senior living communities, has added two staff members to its team in order to meet growing customer demand. Jim Dukart has been named National Sales Director for eMenuCHOICE. Dukart brings 20 years of sales experience to his role at eMenuCHOICE, including sales and sales management in software, energy services, trade publishing, the marine industry and construction materials. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Read More »

eMenuCHOICE continues growth, adds service to 7 senior living communities in August

Posted in News on September 16, 2019

eMenuCHOICE, a leading dining management and point of sale (POS) application for senior living communities, added seven new clients in August. The following communities have chosen eMenuCHOICE to support their dining service management needs: Oak Haven Community Care Center; Center Point, La. Rivière de Soleil Community Care Center; Mansura, La. Old Jefferson Community Care Center; Baton Rouge, La. Crista Senior Living; Shoreline, Wash. The Orchards of Chester Independent Living; Chester, WV The Orchards of Chester Read More »

eMenuCHOICE continues growth, adds service to five senior living communities in July

Posted in News on August 16, 2019

eMenuCHOICE, a leading dining management and point of sale (POS) application for senior living communities, added five new clients in July. The following communities have chosen eMenuCHOICE to support their dining service management needs: Cherrywood Pointe–Forest Lake; Forest Lake, Minn. McCrite Plaza Senior Living; Topeka, Kan. The Legacy at Town Square; Amarillo, Texas The Fountains–Ecumen Lakeshore; Duluth, Minn. The Ackerly at Sherwood; Sherwood, Ore. eMenuCHOICE is designed to eliminate communication barriers while enabling person-centered choices, Read More »

Use Technology to Differentiate Dining at Your Community

Posted in General on January 14, 2019

Technology governs more and more aspects of senior care, from managing databases of personal information to keeping older adults safe through motion detection software. While much of this technology has been the status quo for years, areas such as dining operations are ripe for revolutionary change. For decades, senior care providers of all types have operated their dining services through paper-based systems, which often are rife with inefficiencies. The time is right to consider implementing Read More »

eMenuCHOICE bolsters service with PointClickCare integration

Posted in Announcements on October 8, 2018

eMenuCHOICE®, a web-based, point-of-service dining application for senior care organizations, now offers a time-saving integration for its customers who use electronic health record solutions from PointClickCare. This new integration allows information from PointClickCare to seamlessly transfer to eMenuCHOICE upon input, bringing a higher level of convenience for skilled-nursing facility and senior living customers using both systems to maintain information about their residents. The integration also decreases the likelihood of errors that can occur when updating Read More »

May 13-19 marks Food Allergy Awareness Week, eMenuCHOICE champions food safety for seniors with allergy safeguards

Posted in News on May 9, 2018

Food Allergy Awareness Week kicks off on May 13 and aims to bring attention to the challenges an estimated 15 million Americans face at the dinner table. Much of the food allergy discussion centers around children, but researchers estimate 5 to 10 percent of older adults ages 65 and older have food allergies. Some have lived with allergies their whole lives while others develop allergies as adults. Food safety is a top priority for senior Read More »

eMenuCHOICE software transforming food service in senior living communities

Posted in News on January 29, 2018

Mobile apps make ordering food easier than ever, and that technology is helping seniors make informed choices about their meals and senior living communities streamline their food service processes. Meals are a tap away with eMenuCHOICE, a web-based, point-of-service software application designed to improve the accuracy and efficiency of communication among residents, servers and kitchen staff during the meal-ordering process. “Other software solutions place an emphasis on the items being sold to the residents, but Read More »

Lyngblomsten wins innovation award in McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards competition for its eMenuCHOICE software tool

Posted in News on October 13, 2017

Lyngblomsten, a senior care organization serving older adults in the Twin Cities since 1906, was named among top innovators in the 2017 McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Awards competition for its development of eMenuCHOICE, a web-based software tool for meal-ordering and dining management. “Looking for new and innovative ways to improve the experience of our residents has long been part of the Lyngblomsten culture,” Lyngblomsten President and CEO Jeff Heinecke said. “With so much emphasis being Read More »

3 Technology Trends That Are Revolutionizing Senior Dining Operations

Posted in General on March 20, 2017

For residents at assisted living (AL), independent living (IL), and skilled nursing communities, mealtimes are one of the most important parts of the day.  English author Virginia Woolf wrote, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Yet if you’re in charge of dining services at a senior living community, you know that helping your residents “dine well” can be a challenge.  Consider these scenarios: A dining room server Read More »