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Policy Development and Implementation in Complex Files: Lessons from “Vibrant Communities”

Published on 14/10/2004

About two million Canadians are engaged in elder care and over two-thirds of them are working.  As the baby boomers age, the potential number of carers in the cohorts following are smaller.  Furthermore, the shrinking labour force requires that workers, including carers, are engaged full time at their jobs.  How can economic, social and health policy be integrated to ensure positive outcomes for seniors, households, workers and employers?

ISBN – 1-55382-116-5

Summary

About two million Canadians are engaged in elder care and over two-thirds of them are working.  As the baby boomers age, the potential number of carers in the cohorts following are smaller.

Topic(s)

Cities and communities, Evidence-based policy