The Toronto Star – Exhausted and at her limit, she put her mother in long-term care. She — and others — now regret making that decision

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To a large extent, that has to do with poor planning and ageism, says Laura Tamblyn Watts, president and CEO of CanAge, a national seniors advocacy organization. “Canada has been unique in the OECD for not having a plan for aging and that’s not unique in a good way,” she says, referring to the 37-nation Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.


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