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Support Received by Caregivers in Canada

Darcy Hango

This Statistics Canada study uses the 2018 General Social Survey – Caregiving and Care Receiving (Cycle 32) to examine the types of support provided to caregivers.

Integrating Health and Transportation in Canada

Transportation Association of Canada

Traditionally, transportation systems have been designed for motorized vehicles to move people, goods and services efficiently. Excluding more active and sustainable modes of travel from these systems in meaningful ways has often influenced Canadians to use motorized vehicles. The design of transpo

Health Reports: Life expectancy differs byeducation and income levels

Statistics Canada

A new study released today in Health Reports uses the 1996 and 2011 Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohorts to examine life expectancy and health expectancy of the Canadian population aged 25 or older. Results show that in both cohorts, people with higher levels of education or higher income

Caregiver Self-Assessment


Caregiver Self-Assessment checklist

Setting healthy boundaries as a caregiver


Setting boundaries as a caregiver starts with acknowledging that, even though you’re taking on a lot of responsibility, you also have the right to set limits on what you can and can’t do. This worksheet can help you clarify boundaries, discover what you need, and clearly share those needs with f

Dementia: A guide for caregivers


We’ve developed this guide to support you on your care journey and share practical ways you can live your life to the fullest while caring for a loved one with dementia.

My Caregiver Handbook


We’ve created this booklet as a way of helping you navigate the healthcare system more efficiently and easily—and to ensure that you can take the best possible care of yourself and your loved one. It’s an acknowledgement that the experience of care can be complex, confusing and challenging—b

Caregivers in Canada, 2018

Statistics Canada

In 2018, approximately one in four Canadians aged 15 and older (or 7.8 million people) provided care to a family member or friend with a long-term health condition, a physical or mental disability, or problems related to aging.Unpaid caregiving provided by family and friends has become increasingly

Knowledge Translation among Canadian Researchers in the Field of Physical Activity

Active Aging Canada

The mission of Active Aging Canada is to support lifelong healthy active aging of adult Canadians through participation, education, research, and promotion. Our mission is supported by one of our key roles; the facilitation of knowledge translation of active aging research into practice. This proces


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