Share of elderly who considered long-term care for future in Canada by province 2014

Share of older Canadians who considered supportive living, residential care or home care in 2014, by province

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 24, 2015
Share of elderly who considered long-term care for future in Canada by province 2014 This survey indicates the percentage of Canadians over the age of 55 years that have considered supportive living, residential care, or home care in future planning in 2014, by province. Some 46 percent of older citizens living in Saskatchewan had considered long-term care in their future plans.
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Share of older Canadians who considered supportive living, residential care or home care in 2014, by province

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