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Organizing a Care System for Older Adults in Ontario

The health of the aging population has been identified as a high priority for the province of Ontario, and is one of the province’s most pressing health and social policy issues. As the number of residents aged 65 and older continues to grow, the challenges that Ontario faces in supporting the health and social care needs of this population will intensify significantly. A critical part of the continuum of care for seniors requires planning to support aging in the community in the long-term. In this project, an evidence brief was prepared to inform a stakeholder dialogue that focused on options for organizing a care system for older adults in Ontario. (Dialogue held November 14, 2011)
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