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Home Adaptations for Seniors Independence Program (HASI) — On-Reserve
Helps homeowners and landlords pay for home adaptations to extend the time that low-income seniors can live in their own homes independently.
Maintaining Seniors’ Independence Through Home Adaptations
This guide identifies certain difficulties seniors can experience and describes home adaptations which can overcome these difficulties.
Home Adaptations for Seniors’ Independence (HASI)
For Kay Fujiwara, minor adaptations to her home have had a major impact on her quality of life.
Home Adaptations for Seniors’ Independence (HASI) — Francesca Grossi
Francesca Grossi continues to live in her home thanks to minor adaptations made to the house.
Maintaining Seniors' Independence Through Home Adaptations: A Self-Assessment Guide
A tool to assess the difficulties seniors may have in their home, and recommendations to address each one.
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Adapting Homes to Extend Independence: Case Study of 13 Frail Seniors in Quebec City Suburbs
This document is part of the 2008 Research Highlight — Socio-Economic Series.
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Maintaining Seniors' Independence: A Guide to Home Adaptations
Determining how a senior's home can be modified to meet needs and preferences.
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Browse a range of CMHC Research Highlights on seniors
Getting In and Out of the Home
Do you have trouble getting in and out of your home?  Identify the adaptations which could best help you.
Canadian Housing Observer 2011 — Chapter 8 Seniors' Housing
This chapter discusses key issues including differences between urban and rural communities, aging in place, the interface between housing and support services, age-friendly communities, new housing approaches and the response of the housing sector to the changing demand caused by population aging.
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