Nutrition is an important part of advance care planning, especially when texture modified meals, thickened fluids and enteral feeds are required. Ideally, the food service systems need to be flexible and varied to meet the needs of those person’s approaching the end of their lives. Food and support around food and nutrition should add “quality” to their lives. An eating and hydration plan that supports dignity and quality of life, keeping them as comfortable as possible while addressing requests. Optimum Intake Dietitians support facilities in ensuring Nutrition Care Plans are reflective of consumer needs and ensure that comfort and safety is prioritised for end of life.