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A Canadian Roadmap for an Aging Society




There are also more and more networks of researchers working At home together with older adults to explore new and innovative approaches to help adults age in place (e.g., the pan- Canada technology and aging network AGE-WELL, In the community the Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging). [...] Similarly, 55 years and over may and vulnerabilities of older adults in terms of the be used to refer to older immigrant populations, and 45 interplay between years and older is sometimes used for older adults in •. f unctional abilities (e.g., physical, low income communities. [...] As seen in Figure 4, the lowest the evidence review informed the subsequent interview projected proportion of older adults is in the territories, protocol and created the foundation for the report. [...] Given the broad scope of older adults at work: the project, the review was highly targeted, and is not an •. B arriers and enablers to the participation of older in-depth exploration of any given topic area. [...] Most of the Independence loan program, the Alberta Seniors Home key informants for this study noted the important Adaptation and Repair Program, and the Nunavut contribution of caregivers and the need for more Senior Citizen Home Repair Program [43]–[45].


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