The “Aging in the City” series examines key issues for aging equity, including quality care and work in long-term care; the social determinants of health and aging; and thinking through issues related to aging, diversity and difference.
In partnership with Toronto Public Library. Co-sponsored by the York University School of Health Policy and Management, the York University Centre for Aging
Care Research and Education (YU-CARE), Imagining Age-Friendly “Communities
within Communities: International Promising Practices Partnership” and Trent
Centre for Aging and Society.