Our survey of still relevant segments from The Agenda's vault continues with a focus on social issues. Tonight, older Ontarians such as Pat Dunn are starting to understand the benefits of communal living - for health, savings, security, and companionship. Her Facebook group, Senior Ladies Living Together, connects potential roommates to save on rental costs and alleviate loneliness. Louise Bardswich, a member of the Golden Girls of Port Perry, joins Dunn in this 2019 discussion on the trend. Then, we learn some ideas for making housing, and the neighbourhoods they're in, more comfortable and workable for seniors.
Episode:
Housing Solutions for Older Ontarians
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Society
Aired:
Jul 19, 2021
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