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Family reaches out to CARP after father assaulted in long-term care

February 1, 2017

Mr. Richard Carbino sent a desperate note to CARP President, Moses Znaimer, on the evening of January 30th, wondering ...

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Love online, not a holiday miracle

January 24, 2017

January 2017 - This story started just after Christmas. *Jack was in his 50s, his marriage had just ended, and his kids ...

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81 year-old scammed out of life savings by online boyfriend

January 23, 2017

January 23, 2017 - *Anna, an American woman, called the RCMP to report that her friend *Maria was en route to Toronto ...

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CARP Blog: Beyond the headlines

January 13, 2017

Beyond the headlines One of the key questions confronting social activists is: how much change should we seek? Many ...

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CARP responds to long-term care nurse murder charges

January 13, 2017

For Immediate Release January 13, 2017 Toronto, ON CARP members are following the ...

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CARP’s 2017 Top 6 Advocacy Priorities

January 10, 2017

January 23, 2017 - In 2017, CARP will continue to be Canada's leading advocate for improved healthcare and financial ...

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Stop treating dementia with antipsychotics: CARP

January 9, 2017

Wanda Morris, VP of Advocacy for CARP was featured as a Guest Columnist in the Toronto Sun highlighting a serious issue ...

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CARP’s Policy on Elder Abuse

December 13, 2016

In January 2017, CARP will release its policy on elder abuse. We are currently wrestling with whether or not to ...

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“It’s everyone’s responsibility to stop elder abuse,” CARP tells CBC News

December 7, 2016

December 6, 2016 - CBC reported on a self-made millionaire who alleges his two eldest children took nearly all of his ...

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How to Know You are Choosing the Right Nursing Home

October 28, 2016

With the recent attention on the state of long-term care homes, CARP offers some tips on how to spot red flags if you ...