The Healthy Aging & Connected Living campaign aims to showcase the tools, support, and services available for aging Canadians and caregivers to enhance their quality of life and empower our largest population.
Ageism erodes solidarity between generations, even though it affects all age groups. We can all do something about it.
The Centre for Elder Research is focused on applied research in aging and is exploring practical ways to enhance the quality of life of older Canadians.
AGE-WELL, Canada’s technology and aging network, accelerates the delivery of technologies that benefit older adults and caregivers.
The Fraction Appreciation Mortgage allows Canadians to age at home and achieve financial security on their terms — with no monthly payments.
Technology continues to play a significant and positive role in the aged-care space.
The Canadian Association of Retired Persons (C.A.R.P.) is increasingly providing its over 330,000 members with information, resources, and tools to achieve healthier aging.
Parkinson Canada provides support and resources to people affected by Parkinson’s including information on living and aging well with the disease.