January 24, 2023
1:00 – 2:00 PM
Supporting more older adults to age in their own homes and communities for as long as possible, commonly referred to as “ageing in place,” will be essential to caring for Canada’s ageing population. Yet doing so effectively requires responsive systems and services that can enable what the National Institute on Ageing (NIA) calls “Ageing in the Right Place.”
Learn about the NIA’s recent report, Ageing in the Right Place: Supporting Older Canadians to Live Where They Want and best practices and opportunities to reduce unnecessary long-term care home admissions and enable older Canadians to age well while remaining engaged members of their communities.
Webinar provided with an ASL Interpreter
Natalie Iciaszczyk, MA, JD (she/her)
Policy Analyst, National Institute on Ageing
Natalie Iciaszczyk (she/her) is a Policy Analyst at the National Institute on Ageing, a public policy and research centre based at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) focused on the realities of Canada’s ageing population. She holds a Master of Arts in Sociology and Law degree from Western University, and is passionate about using her research background and training to help shape policy in response to Canada’s ageing population.