Seniors

Strategy References

Age Friendly NYC (2012). Creating an Age-Friendly NYC One Neighbourhood at a Time. New York City.

Association of Municipalities of Ontario (2011). Coming of Age: The Municipal Role in Caring for Ontario's Seniors. Toronto, ON.

City of London (2010). Age Friendly London: Report to the Community. London, ON.

City of Mississauga (2008). Older Adult Plan. Mississauga, ON.

City of Ottawa (2012). Older Adult Plan 2012-2014. Ottawa, ON.

City of Toronto (2006). City of Toronto Roundtable on Seniors: Housing Toronto Seniors. Toronto, ON.

City of Toronto (2006). Flashforward: Projecting Population and Employment to 2031 in a Mature Urban Area. Toronto, ON.

City of Toronto (2008). Toronto Community Housing Seniors Implementation Framework 2008-2010: Sustaining Age-Friendly Communities for Senior Tenants. Toronto, ON.

City of Toronto (2012). Recreation Service Plan, 2013-2017. Toronto, ON.

City of Toronto (2013). Toronto Newcomer Strategy: Helping Newcomers Thrive and Prosper. Toronto, ON.

Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (2011). Vision for an Age-Friendly Edmonton. Edmonton, AB.

Government of Ontario (2008). Ontario's Aging at Home Strategy.

Government of Ontario (2013). Ontario's Action Plan for Seniors. Toronto, ON.

Government of Ontario (2013). Living Longer, Living Well. Report Submitted to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and the Minister Responsible for Seniors on Recommendations to Inform a Seniors Strategy for Ontario. Toronto, ON.

Health Council of Canada (2012). Seniors in Need, Caregivers in Distress: What are the Home Care Priorities for Seniors in Canada? (PDF)

Hemson Consulting, Ltd. (2012) Places to Grow Technical Report: Greater Golden Horseshoe Growth Forecasts to 2041. Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure: Toronto, ON.

Jones, Allison (2007). The Role of Supportive Housing for Low-Income Seniors in Ontario. Canadian Policy Research Networks.

New York Academy of Medicine (2008). Toward an Age-Friendly New York City: A Findings Report. New York City.

Office of the Chief Coroner for Ontario (2012). Pedestrian Death Review: A Review of All Accidental Pedestrian Deaths in Ontario from January 1st, 2010 to December 31st, 2010. Government of Ontario: Toronto, ON.

World Bank (2012). The World Bank DataBank.

World Health Organization (2007). Global Age-Friendly Cities: A Guide. World Health Organization: Geneva, Switzerland.

York Region (2010). Healthy Aging Strategy for Older Adults in York Region.

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