November 27, 2020

Seniors require 4 primary types of support – healthcare, housing, lifestyle, and social if they’re to age well.

Renowned public policy experts Don Drummond and Duncan Sinclair released a long-term care (LTC) research report that calls for revolutionizing Canada’s approach to seniors’ care. Their report, titled Ageing Well, proposes a proactive, coordinated, and holistic model that considers the healthcare needs of Canada’s rapidly ageing population in tandem with seniors’ housing, lifestyle and social needs. 

Ageing Well Report (PDF).

Upcoming Speakers

  • George Kassianos, National Immunization Lead, Royal College of General Practitioners, United Kingdom
  • Victoria Lee, President and CEO, Fraser Health Authority
  • Catherine Gaulton, President and CEO, HIROC
  • Juggy Sihota, Vice President Consumer Health and Diane McIntosh, Chief Neuroscience Officer, TELUS Health
  • Verna Yiu, President and CEO, Alberta Health Services

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