We're speaking out on 3 key issues
Structures and services that promote access, civic engagement and overall quality of life for older residents.
Canada is falling behind in recognizing and preparing its health and social care professionals to meet the growing need for geriatric expertise.
There are between 40,000 and 200,000 seniors living in Ontario who have experienced or are experiencing elder abuse.
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In this election, we pushed for commitments to support age-friendly communities, increased geriatric training, and an end to elder abuse. Together, we reached hundreds of thousands of voters and contacted hundreds of candidates, from every party throughout the province, and made sure our Vibrant Voices were heard. We couldn’t have done it without you – thank you.
The election may be over, but our commitment to Ontario seniors is not. We need to make sure our Vibrant Voices continue to be heard by every MPP at Queen's Park.
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