HW Is There a Future for Long-term Care?
The crisis that has unfolded in long-term care has led to call for its elimination. While alternatives are important to promote, many will still need and want such care so we need to think through how we can make long-term care as good as it can be- a positve place to live, work and visit.
Date: Wednesday, March 10
Presenter: Pat Armstrong, Distinguished Research Professor in Sociology at York University and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
An expert in the field of social policy and elder care, Pat is the author and co-author of numerous books, research studies and reports on Long Term Care. Her current projects include:
Re-imagining Long-term Residential Care: An international study of promising practices
Covid-19, families and long-term residential care
Changing Places: Unpaid Work in Public Spaces