Grandma-forgets-to-take-her-meds disease

Cassels, Alan
September 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;9/9/2008, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p612
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the team up between private property developers and private care agencies with host care providers to meet the growing needs of elders in Canada. He states that every community in the country is finding ways to grow the market even further through developing housing and offering caring for elder. The author also points out that the team up between these communities is part of their preparation on the growing demographic of elders in the next 20 years.


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