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Canada’s most vulnerable: Improving health care for First Nations, Inuit and Métis seniors

A new report by the Health Council of Canada says that governments must make a greater effort to collaborate to improve health care for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis seniors. The report, Canada’s most vulnerable: Improving health care for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis seniors, shows they often do not receive the same level of health care as non-Aboriginal Canadians because of poor communication, collaboration, and disputes between governments about who is responsible for the care of Aboriginal people.

Supporting materials:

News release: Aboriginal Seniors among Canada’s most vulnerable citizens 


Video: Saint Elizabeth First Nations Elder Care Course: Interview with Marney Vermette, RN, Engagement Liaison, Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program

Read more about this, and other innovative practices, on our Health Innovation Portal.

Map of Innovative Practices in Aboriginal Seniors Health Care

Read related blogs this week by Dr. Catherine Cook, a councillor with the Health Council of Canada; Tina Buckle, RN, Community Health Nursing Coordinator in Nunatsiavut; Glenda Phillips, RN, Manager of Home and Community Care in Bella Coola, BC; Wenda Watteyne, Director, Métis Nation of Ontario, Healing and Wellness Branch and Marney Vermette, RN, Engagement Liaison with the Saint Elizabeth First Nation, Inuit, and Métis Program.




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