Home care, long-term facilities need more attention as population ages: experts

'It's lacking in basically every province. There’s an inadequate approach to standardizing the profession of home-care service delivery,' says University of British Columbia professor Steve Morgan.

Housing for seniors is anticipated to become a bigger societal issue as the population ages. The Federation of Canadian Municipalities says that 'Canada faces a seniors' housing crisis—one that will have serious consequences on everything from our economy to our communities.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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