There's no quick post-pandemic fix for Canada's long-term care facilities, say experts
Dini Cameron has watched Canada's long-term care catastrophe unfold with a mounting sense of dread.
The 84-year-old recently spoke to CBC News from the home in Ashton, Ont. she shares with her 86-year-old husband Doug. He's been in a wheelchair since suffering a stroke but the couple "managed for three months without help and did quite well," she said.
"How we will be in the next few years we don't know," she added. "I'm already afraid. I will look for an [alternative] rather than go to one of those (long-term care homes) for both of us.
"Depending on how far gone I am and if my mind is clear, I think I would prefer euthanasia ..."
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