Optimal Health and Wellness
Health and wellness are the cornerstones of positive and active aging in Canada. Canadian seniors deserve equitable access to healthcare regardless of locale or income.
Our health system must invest in preventive care and well-being initiatives emphasizing nutrition, movement, sleep, mental health, and social activity in addition to acute and chronic care services.
It is critical that Canada has adequate numbers of healthcare professionals with the specific training required to meet the needs of an aging population. This staffing is far below what Canada currently needs, and there is no established pathway for the age shift.
Explore the Issues
The University of Alberta is conducting a study to understand seniors’ experience with using cannabis
The Government of Ontario has announced that, starting March 14th 2022, eligible Ontarians with type
The Arthritis Society is collaborating with the University of Michigan, McGill University and the U.S
A new study out of the University of Manitoba seeks to explore the psychological effects
Dementia Dialogue, a podcast dealing with dementia and related topics, is seeking participants for a