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Coming of Age: Meeting the needs of our ageing population

Ontario Long Term Care Association
GovernmentSociety & Culture

Welcome to Coming of Age: Meeting the needs of our ageing population, a podcast about how we can better support our seniors. The current challenges facing long-term care have never been more imperative. By 2050, the number of seniors per 100 working-age people will nearly triple to 58 in 2060. We need to look to the future now, so we can effectively prepare to care for our ageing population, build proper infrastructure, and transform the sector to respond to the changing needs of new residents. Listen in as Donna Duncan, CEO of Ontario Long Term Care Association is joined by leaders, advocates, and affected families. They dissect the notion of ageism in today’s society and reflect on how the global long-term care system can change to best support the changing expectations of future generations.

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Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars from 14 ratings
  • Deborah Bakti

    Thank you for a wonderful, thought-provoking discussion with Deborah. Her book, Now What?, transformed me as a caregiver, allowing me a more relaxed way of being with staff. Once hesitant about LTC, I am now a fan of those who tirelessly work to care not only for my loved one’s physical needs, but her emotional ones as well.

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    shantz5t
    Canada9 months ago

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