ALL CANDIDATES ONLINE Q&A ON SENIORS’ CARE ISSUES – SAT OCT 17, 3:30-5:30 pm
The SCASCC hosted an online Q&A session with our candidates about issues affecting seniors and seniors’ care on the Sunshine Coast. All three of our local candidates for MLA (Kim Darwin – Green, Nicholas Simons – NDP and Sandra Stoddart-Hansen – Liberal) attended and answered questions detailed questions about seniors’ issues, including private vs nonprofit seniors’ care, community engagement, and support for aging-in-place and caregivers. Thank you to all the candidates for attending.
Below is a recording of the event:
The Tyee: On the Sunshine Coast, an Effort to Reinvent Senior Care by John Richmond and Paula Larrondo. The original announcement of our intention to build a co-op model of long-term care on the Sunshine Coast, providing information on seniors care and COVID-19, the history of the Trellis deal, and what we can do moving forward.
Coast Reporter: Co-op pitched as alternative to Trellis – An interview with John and Paula further outlining our goals and the importance of co-op seniors care.
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SCASCC Meeting Minutes
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