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Able Aging: What aging with a disability means for older adults and their caregivers

The Atrium @ MIP

16/05/2018, 1:00 pm - TO 16/05/2018 - 2:30 pm

Organizer: McMaster Institute for Research on Aging

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More than 46% of older adults worldwide have some form of disability, according to the United Nations.

Those who are aging with a disability face societal, environmental and institutional barriers that can prevent active participation in all areas of life.

Please join David Onley, Ontario’s 28th Lieutenant Governor, as he discusses what aging with a disability means for ‚Äčolder adults and caregivers, and explores ways to enable optimal aging for everyone.

This event is free. Registration is not required.

Parking at the McMaster Innovation Park is FREE. Visitors must park in lot 5 (gravel lot) and collect an exit pass from one of the event organizers.

For more information, email MIRAinfo@mcmaster.ca