We will provide information and links to other sources that present different perspectives on the election campaign, particularly as they relate to home and community care for seniors in Ontario.
Dangerous Myths About Seniors: Implications for Policy and Practice
Care Watch board members Michèle Harding, Gail Thompson and Fern Teplitsky gave a presentation with this title to an audience at the University of Toronto on May 3. The presentation was recorded and is available to view here.
Please note that this presentation uses two programs, Adobe Connects and Adobe Flash Player. It is best viewed on a desktop computer or device that supports these programs. You may need to download Adobe Connects to your computer or device; if required, a message will appear with a link to download this program. Once downloaded, click the downloaded set-up (ConnectSetup.exe) file and select ‘install’. If you do not have a flash player on your computer/device, you will be prompted to download this program as well.
Ontario Community Support Association
Better at Home: 3 Ways to Improve Home and Community Care in Ontario, March 2018.
Recommendations to Meet the Changing Needs of Clients – Summary
Recommendations to Meet the Changing Needs of Clients – Priorities and Recommendations Report
‘Social planning toronto’ and ‘apathy is boring’
These organizations address issues aligned with Care Watch’s values. Explore the work they do in general and on elections: Social Planning Toronto; Apathy is Boring.