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Ontario’s Plan for Better Long-Term Care

Country Correspondent: Aisha Gomez

The number of older adults in the Canadian province of Ontario is expected to double in the next 25 years. To ensure that seniors have access to needed services in the future, Premier Kathleen Wynne released a new plan. “Aging with Confidence: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors” aims to enable independent living and empower seniors to make the best choices related to their care, for example through expanding the number of long-term care beds, improving public transportation, and investing in housing. In addition, the province will provide free flu vaccinations to seniors as well as an informational website, Aging Well. Ontario is investing CAD 155 million over three years in the plan.

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