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Health care is an important issue for older adults. As we all live longer, we are more likely to face complex and chronic medical conditions, and require greater health care. There are also more of us moving into our retirement years with the Baby Boomer bulge. The federal, provincial and territorial health ministers are meeting … Continued
The federal government’s website for seniors’ issues, Seniors.gc.ca, has been redeveloped recently. Click the button below to go to the new Information for Seniors section.
This brochure offers tips to help you prevent identity theft. It also provides some quick info about what to do if you suspect your identification is stolen or misplaced, including who to contact and which cards you will need to replace. Download: Identity Theft: Now What Do I Do? – English (PDF)
Please note that this handout is useful on its own, but is also part of the Community and Justice System Working Together Education Kit. Abuse and neglect of seniors is a complex issue with potentially devastating effects on older people who may lack the ability to protect themselves or bounce back from losses. Responding effectively … Continued