Older adults are one of Canada’s most powerful demographics. Learn about the tools available to help them live their best lives, and about the issues that most affect them, in Supporting Aging Canadians.
Now more than ever, older Canadians are eager to embrace new technologies — if they have the right tools and support. Learn how AGE-WELL is helping.
Older Canadians are massive contributors to Canada’s social and economic health and will remain so as long as we safeguard their rights.
The new-to-Winnipeg Nurse Next Door Home Care Services provides an option for out-of-town family seeking quality supportive care for their aging parent.
Parkinson Canada advocates for access to excellent Parkinson’s care, treatment options, and research funding. Together we’ll find hope for your future.
To help the medical community approach how to treat people with dementia, the Alzheimer Society of Canada convened the COVID-19 and Dementia Task Force.
The meal delivery service Heart to Home Meals offers seniors peace of mind, convenience, and nutritious food by delivering cooked meals, contactless.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted critical issues affecting seniors’ care, health, and safety. CARP invites you to build a better future — together.
In addition to their regular free technical support offerings, Connected Canadians has established several programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.