Mum has a carer at lunchtime and tea time who heats up a Wiltshire Farms Foods meal and pud for lunch and makes a salad or sandwich and trifle or similar for tea. These are not bad options - mum likes them (there are a wide range on the menu) and she can have dishes she likes in sizes she can manage. They look good on the plate, especially the school puds! The carer serves them out at the dining table usually, and makes sure that they are eaten if she can, (the only leftovers are usually bread crusts which mum hides in her chair!) as well as making sure mum has a drink (or more than one if possible). This is mostly 7 days a week so it's not cheap but it works well as there is no-one nearby to help. I know mum's nutrition has been far better since this started and when we are there we take her to eat out quite often and she eats well then too. Not for everyone but it suits mum.