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[Report] Enhancing Care for Older Adults in Canada and Down Under: What Canadian and Australian Long-Term Care Systems Can Learn from Each Other

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March 12, 2024

By: Dr. Anna Grosse, Dr. Kristina Kokorelias, Alyssa Brierley, Dr. Samir Sinha


Although located on opposite sides of the world, Canada and Australia share many demographic similarities and comparable challenges in meeting the growing demands for long-term care (LTC) services from their ageing populations with increasingly complex needs.

Discover the insights shaping the future of ageing with the Ageing Beyond Borders Series. In this report, the NIA identifies several opportunities to improve the organization, governance, and delivery of LTC services in both Canada and Australia.

See report here

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    National Institute on Ageing

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    Mar 22, 2024

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