Keith Hancock

CARP Halton Chapter Virtual Meeting with Osteoporosis Canada ” Speaking of Bones”

COVID-19 restrictions continue to prevent us from holding in person community meetings. Despite this at CARP Halton Chapter we believe there is a need to continue to inform and educate our demographic on the many issues that continue to affect our daily lives. As many of you will know, as an alternative to in person …

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CNIB Foundation – Virtual Program Offerings

In response to COVID-19, the CNIB Foundation has expanded its virtual program offerings across Canada. These programs are free and available to Canadians who are blind or partially sighted as well as their families, friends and caregivers. We kindly ask participants to register for programs at least one business day before the program start date.  For a …

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Family Presence in Older Adult Care

Family Presence in Older Adult Care A Statement Regarding Family Caregivers and the Provision of Essential Care Prepared by members of the Long-Term Care Interest Group of the Provincial Geriatrics Leadership Office, of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario, and the Canadian Geriatrics Society Contact: Kelly Kay, Executive Director, Provincial Geriatrics Leadership Office (ON), kkay@rgpo.ca …

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CARP: Urgent Action Needed to Protect Seniors in Long Term Care

We have a crisis in long-term care in Canada Now and moving forward, we need a commitment from governments to eradicate the systemic vulnerabilities exposed by COVID-19 which threaten residents in long-term care. Since the coronavirus hit long-term care homes, CARP has been actively calling on government to prioritize care for seniors. To read CARP’s …

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