By John Muscedere and Katherine McGilton Canadian Frailty Network, caring for seniors, frailty, living with frailty, senior care, senior care costs, senior needs, seniors
Older Canadians living with frailty tell us what they need to live better Within a decade, the number of frail, elderly Canadians will double. What does getting old look like in Canada? We need to start listening to the people with lived experiences of frailty and aging in planning and providing care, say Dr. Kathy […]
By Affordable care cost act, chronic care, community care, homecare, long-term care, medical care, National homecare system, Podcasts, senior care costs, seniors, seniors assistance, seniors living conditions, social assistance, virtual communication
Will the cost of senior care in Canada one day break the bank? Probably not, contrary to common perceptions.