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Most care centers can accommodate standard dietary needs. Celiac is not something rare or unusual.

First figure out what level of care the person needs, then inquire over the phone about the diet at the places you'd consider, to avoid wasting your time if they can't do that, and then ask again when you visit the places.
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Deb, are you looking for IL, AL, or what kind of facility assistance?

The best way to determine if a place can accommodate celiac diet restrictions is to call different potential placements and ask the administrator about celiac diets, and if he/she doesn't know, ask if you could speak to the dietician or chef or head of the kitchen staff.

But, specifically what other kinds of help are you seeking? Suggestions for determining a good placement, questions to ask when you tour a facility?
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