The Changing Face of Care-giving in Canada

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Connect2Canada.com – Canada Watch – The Changing Face of Care-giving in Canada
March 20, 2009. Canadian Policy Research Networks

Demographic projections from the Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN) suggest that Canada has yet to feel the full effects of eldercare issues. In a new report, CPRN authors avow that work-life conflict will become more problematic over the next several decades as more employed Canadians take on the additional role as caregiver for an aging or elderly dependent. They exmaine the key issues and challenges facing employed caregivers in Canada, and identify the support that key stakeholders (family, organizations, and governments) could offer.

< http://www.cprn.org/documents/51052_EN.pdf >

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