July 22, 2020

CanAge is pleased to join AARP as a Knowledge Partner in their Living, Learning & Earning Longer collaboration with the World Economic Forum, and the OECD. Learn more.

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September 24, 2020
Speech from the Throne promises wins for Canadian seniors

 

CanAge welcomes announcements made in yesterday’s Speech from the Throne, and the government’s commitments to older Canadians. We especially applaud proposed national standards for the long-term-care sector across the country, recognition of the need to have elder abuse and neglect included in the criminal code, a new Canadian disability benefit, and acceleration of universal pharmacare. “Older adults have been waiting for improvements particularly in LTC residences; unfortunately it took COVID-19 and hundreds of deaths to get federal attention,” says Laura Tamblyn Watts, CanAge president and CEO. Improvements were also proposed to tax filing, more support for personal support workers, and immigration to the aged care sector.

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September 17, 2020

To celebrate Canada's 30th anniversary of National Seniors Day, CanAge and HelpAge Canada are pleased to invite you to join our Expert Roundtable Discussion on 'How to Make Canada More Age-Inclusive'.

October 1, 2020 | 11:30am to 1pm EST 

'How to Make Canada More Age-Inclusive'

Honourable Deb Schulte, Minister of Seniors, will be in attendance.

Register Here

VOICES of Canada's Seniors Webinar Series

The launch of the online series "VOICES of Canada's Seniors - A Roadmap to an Age-Inclusive Canada" will commence on October 2nd. Sessions around an age-inclusive Canada will continue throughout the first week of October.

 

The Roadmap provides 6 compass points (V.O.I.C.E.S.) for areas of attention. Under each compass point, we map critical issues that affect older Canadians. We provide recommendations and practical steps with the aim of improving the lives of Canadians now and in the future.

 

Join us for this free online event as our panel of experts in the field of aging discuss each compass point relative to making Canada more age-inclusive. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, these discussions and courses of action are more vital than ever before.

 

Be part of this important webinar series.

Register Here

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September 9, 2020

Introducing CanAge’s first publication: Voices of Canada’s Seniors: A Roadmap to an Age-Inclusive Canada. As Canada’s population continues to age, we must move forward as a country to address these pressing needs. This Roadmap for an Age-Inclusive Canada is part of that needed work.

 

Canada requires a new plan. A new paradigm. A new way forward. We at CanAge hope that VOICES of Canada’s Seniors: A Roadmap to an Age-Inclusive Canada can assist our communities, working together with stakeholders and governments, to forge a new road ahead. A road of purpose. Vitality. Health. Connection and well-being. 

 

It’s time to listen. It’s time to amplify.

It’s time to act on the VOICES of Canada’s seniors.

 

CanAge.ca/voices. Download here.

September 1, 2020

CanAge partner Ellen Badone, Professor at McMaster, is looking for volunteers to take part in a study of the impact of COVID-19 on long-term care in Ontario. The goal of this study is to provide critical context for policy reviews of long-term care in Ontario. To participate and review further details, visit CanAge.ca/mcmaster.

August 20, 2020

CanAge has launched our first newsletter! Download and subscribe to stay in touch!


July 27, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CanAge Conversations # 1 with Laura Tamblyn Watts, CEO of CanAge, debuted with this vital live webinar: Setting the Stage for Advocacy in Long-Term Care and Beyond for People With Dementia on July 28 at 12noon EDT. 

The RECORDING of the event is available at canage.ca/youtube

For RESOURCES mentioned during the event, see canage.ca/webinars

Recording Available: CanAge Conversations with Laura Tamblyn Watts: Setting the Stage for Advocacy in Long-Term Care & Beyond for People Impacted by Dementia.

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