Senior living center taps into tech, snacks to revamp dining
Thornton Place, a retirement community in Topeka, Kan., has leaned into new strategies to update its dining experience, offering residents a 24/7 snack bar and techy ways to give feedback, The Topeka Capital Journal reports.
Along with three sit-down meals served daily, Thornton Place residents can access the snack bar any time of day or night to grab items such as baked goods, fruit, yogurt and drinks.
The community also installed kiosks with tablets that allow residents to give anonymous feedback on food and service quality, as well as what they would like to see added to the menu.
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