Aug 25, 2014
By Bob Komsic
The Zoomers group CARP – a New Vision of Aging – says it’s time to make seniors care a national priority.
CARP and the Canadian Medical Association will be hosting parallel roundtable meetings at the premier’s meeting in Charlottetown.
The meetings take place Thursday and the roundtable has invited ministers and MP’s to the public event as CARP and the CMA help to shape a national strategy and make it a key priority in the next federal election.
Polling by the CMA and CARP recently has shown seniors health care to be a national priority.