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Inclusion Now 2013-2016

 "This strategic plan will build on and continue the groundwork that was laid by the three-year strategic plan, "Driving Change from a Solid Foundation"."

 For more information, please see: Shamira Madhany's "Toward Inclusion: The Ontario Public Service Inclusion Lens"  ePresentation

 

 

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Age Friendly Workplaces Promoting Older Worker Participation

"From the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum. These documents have been jointly prepared by the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum. The Forum is an intergovernmental body established to share information, discuss new and emerging issues related to seniors, and work collaboratively on key projects. Québec’s participation in the development of this document was aimed at sharing expertise, information and best practices. However, Québec does not subscribe to, or take part in, an integrated pan-Canadian approach in this field and intends to fully assume its responsibilities for seniors in Québec."

Age-Friendly Workplaces: Promoting Older Worker Participation

Age-Friendly Workplaces: A Self-Assessment Tool for Employers

Age-Friendly Workplaces - Charter

 

 

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A Framework for the Law as it Affects Older Adults

   
 Final Report – April 2012
"The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) has created a Framework for the Law as it Affects Older Adults to help evaluate new or existing laws, policies and practices and understand their impact on older adults. The LCO’s Framework for the Law  as it Affects Older Adults can  be of assistance to anyone who develops, interprets, implements or assesses laws, policies  or practices that may affect older persons." 

For more information, see the Law Commission of Ontario

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Policy on discrimination against older people because of ageDecember 2009

"This policy is the outcome of extensive research and consultation on issues of discrimination faced by older persons in Ontario."

For more information, please see: The Ontario Human Rights Commission

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VANGUARDJanuary 2009

"The British Columbia Law Institute was retained by the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support, on behalf of the BC Adult Abuse and Neglect Prevention Collaborative, to conduct an international review (1) the laws governing capability for decision-making which currently inform guardianship practice, and (2) the existing body of policies, protocols and guidelines that inform capability assessment.  As part of this contract the BCLI  produced a final report that includes an inter-disciplinary best practices tool to guide practitioners working in health care, medicine, law and criminal justice who deal with adults with capability issues." 

For more information, please see: Canadian Centre for Elder Law

 

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