Brain Healthy Cooking

Our award-winning brain healthy cooking program is based on the Mediterranean Diet and tailored for seniors. Get news and updates on this program.


Bringing veggies to healthy meatloaf

SLR News/Awards

Senior-living facilities have their fair share of residents craving comfort foods such as meat and potatoes. But that isn’t exactly in line with Kim Smith’s Brain Healthy Cooking guidelines at the 12 Massachusetts communities within Senior Living Residences. The guidelines aim to improve the quality of life for residents…Read More at Food Service Director Magazine

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BrainHealthyCooking.com Receives Honor

SLR News/Awards

Companion Site To Brain Healthy Cooking Program Is Recognized For Its Appeal To Senior Audiences BOSTON, MA; January 13, 2014 – Boston-based Senior Living Residences isn’t called the “Right Values Company” without reason. The company’s dedication to advancing Alzheimer’s disease research and their commitment to providing quality care for those living with memory loss, Alzheimer’s…

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SLR Wins For “Brain Healthy Cooking” Nutrition Program

SLR News/Awards

Senior Living Residences Wins National “Innovation” Award For Its Brain Healthy Cooking Program September 2012 – Senior Living Residences (SLR) is the proud recipient of its second Spirit of Innovation Award which recognizes companies for their innovation, dedication to continuous improvement, development of best practices, and commitment to the success of the assisted living and…

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Move Over Sugar, Make Room For Cinnamon!

SLR News/Awards

Senior Living Residences, a Leader in Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Care, Recognizes the Health Benefits of Cinnamon in Recognition of Herbs and Spice Day, June 10 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Boston, MA (June 10, 2012) – It’s “Herbs and Spice Day”. Which spices will you be celebrating? Senior Living Residences (SLR), a company in Boston that specializes in…

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SLR Launches Innovative Diet and Nutrition Program

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Unprecedented Nutrition Program for Assisted Living Residents To Promote Cognitive Health and Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease   Boston (September 14, 2009) – When asked, Americans rate Alzheimer’s disease as their second most-feared illness, following cancer. Currently, there are five million people living with this disease in the United States. Recent research…

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