CARP connects members in BC with Seniors Advocate in virtual meeting
CARP hosted a virtual meeting for its Chapters in BC, welcoming special guest Isobel Mackenzie (provincial Seniors Advocate) to join the conversation
Damning military report on Ontario long-term care conditions goes public
The full report was released by the media after the Ontario government came under intense fire yesterday
Report by Canadian military exposes nightmarish conditions in long-term care
The report paints a deeply disturbing image of several homes in Ontario
CARP presents to federal standing committees on COVID-19
This month, CARP participated in 2 pivotal meetings addressing the COVID-19 pandemic and government’s response
Saskatchewan lifts 30-day prescription limit
Effective as of yesterday, seniors in Saskatchewan can receive a longer-lasting supply of most prescriptions
CARP supports Ontario’s commitment to an independent commission into long-term care
Ontario is the first province to announce an investigation into long-term care this fall
Nova Scotia lifts 30-day prescription limit
Seniors in Nova Scotia can now go back to receiving 90 days worth of their prescriptions
COVID-19 is changing the face of volunteerism
With seniors staying at home, how has the climate of volunteerism changed over the last couple of months?
New CERB scam targets Vancouver-area seniors
Upwards of 100 seniors have been contacted by a scammer claiming to help them apply for the CERB
Ontario seniors receive relief from increased prescription dispensing fees
Seniors will not be required to make co-payments until July 1, 2020 for prescriptions of 30+ days that are being capped
Seniors need meaningful relief from financial strain
Newly announced supports are welcome, but how long will the $500 last?
CARP commends additional financial supports for seniors, urges more action
Federal Seniors Minister Deb Schulte announces additional financial supports for seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic
CARP weighs in on COVID-19 triage protocols in Ontario
CARP sat on a panel of experts to highlight points of concern for older adults regarding Ontario’s clinical triage protocols
CARP cautions that lawsuits won't fix long-term care
Real change will come from long overdue legislation and a commitment from politicians to overhaul the system
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