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Community and social services

Many people want to receive the supports they need at home, rather than in a hospital or other institutional settings. Independence is quite often a top priority for aging adults and evidence shows many benefits to these services. Community and social services help older adults to live as independently as possible in the community. Find out more in our resources below.

Hospital in the home: After emergency room treatment, follow-up care at home can be an effective and preferred option
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5 tips to stay healthy at home
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