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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active in Durham Region

    WHITBY — Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active in Kitchener Waterloo

    KITCHENER — Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Ontario Investing in Seniors Health and Well-Being

    TORONTO - Ontario is committed to helping seniors keep active, healthy, safe, independent, and socially connected in their own communities. Yet, many seniors face financial and other obstacles in accessing programs and services that will help support their overall health and well-being.

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  • Ontario Making Businesses More Accessible for Employees and Customers

    KITCHENER — People with disabilities have the potential to create value for every business, yet remain a large, untapped talent pool. At the same time, many businesses in Ontario have difficulties finding qualified employees. When barriers prevent people with disabilities from taking part in everyday life, businesses and communities lose out on potential qualified talent, customers and higher profits.

    That is why Ontario is investing $100,000 in an inclusive hiring project with the Retail Council of Canada, through the EnAbling Change Program. 

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  • Making It Easier for Businesses and Communities to be More Accessible

    RICHMOND HILL — When communities and businesses are accessible, everyone wins. People with disabilities can take part in everyday life, and businesses gain potential qualified talent, customers and higher profits.

    That is why the government is providing free online resources and guides that make it easier for businesses and communities to get the information they need to help them be more accessible and inclusive.

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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active in Mississauga

    MISSISSAUGA — Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Ontario Providing Tools to Help Make Remembrance Day and Memorial Ceremonies More Accessible for Everyone

    TORONTO — Each year, Ontarians attend Remembrance Day events across the province to honour the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve our country. In addition, memorial ceremonies are held year-round for heroic first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty. A wide range of Ontarians attend these events, including veterans, people with disabilities, seniors and families with strollers, and it is important to ensure that everyone can fully participate.

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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active in Markham—Unionville

    MARKHAM —Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Ontario Making Education More Accessible for Students

    NOBLETON — Ontario is making its education system more inclusive to help all students reach their full potential in an accessible and supportive learning environment.

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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active in Parry Sound-Muskoka

    PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Keeping Seniors Healthy, Safe and Active

    TORONTO - Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, safe and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Ontario Helping to Keep Seniors Living with Dementia Safe

    MISSISSAUGA — Ontario is helping families, caregivers and communities recognize the risks of dementia, be prepared for incidents, and better ensure that seniors can live safely in their communities.

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  • More Tools Available for Police to Find Missing Seniors

    RICHMOND HILL - With more than 240,000 Ontario seniors estimated to be living with some form of dementia today, being able to locate seniors in the first 24 hours after they go missing is crucial to saving lives.

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  • Supporting Seniors and their Families through Consultations Across Ontario

    TORONTO - Ontario is committed to helping seniors stay healthy, active and socially connected within their own communities. Many seniors face challenges accessing programs and services that support their safety, mental and physical health, and overall well-being.

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  • Ontario Investing in New Program to Support Seniors' Mental Health

    TORONTO - Seniors want to remain active and live independently in age-friendly communities that are open to their full participation. Yet many seniors face challenges that support their mental health and well-being. With an estimated seventeen to thirty per cent of older adults suffering from mental health disorder, Ontario's government is protecting what matters most by supporting the development of a senior mental health and addictions educational program.

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