Newcomer Seniors Resources

Document TitleSorted By Document Title In Ascending OrderDescriptionDocumentPublisherDate
Community Navigation and Access Program (CNAP) - general overviewA PowerPoint presentation that gives an overview of the CNAP program, a network of 30 community support service agencies in Toronto area who are collaborating to improve access and coordination of services for seniors and their care providers.DocumentCNAP2012
Examination of Older Immigrants' Contributions to Canadian SocietyThis is a pilot study on older immigrants’ contribution to Canadian society. This study is consistent with two P2P national themes: at-risk populations of immigrants and roles of the settlement sector and not-for-profits in Canada. First, this study targets older immigrants, who are one of at-risk populations of immigrants in Canada. Older immigrants experience differentiated integration processes, relatively high prevalence of chronic illnesses, and specific forms of discrimination in Canada. Different from previous studies, this proposed study examines older immigrants’ contributions and strengths, which are an important but often neglected component of their integration processes.DocumentPathways to Prosperity Project2017
Toronto Seniors Strategy - HighlightsThis highlights document provides a high-level overview of The Toronto Seniors Strategy. The Toronto Seniors Strategy is an active response to the movement to build and sustain a accessible, equitable and just society for all. The strategy identifies the direction and recommendations that will address the diverse needs of its older residents.DocumentCity of Toronto2014
Toronto Seniors Strategy - RecommendationsThis document provides a list of recommendation from The Toronto Seniors Strategy. The Toronto Seniors Strategy is an active response to the movement to build and sustain a accessible, equitable and just society for all. The strategy identifies the direction and recommendations that will address the diverse needs of its older residents.DocumentCity of Toronto2014

Newcomer Seniors Websites

WebsitesDescriptionLinkPublisher
Community Navigation and Access Program (CNAP)A network of 30 community support service agencies in Toronto area who are collaborating to improve access and coordination of services for seniors and their care providers.WebsiteCommunity Navigation and Access Program