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August 21, 2014
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What's New at CARP
At CARP we mean Action. Our team is working hard to improve the quality of life for all Canadians as we age. Here are just some of the ways we're working for you.

arrowCARP calls on Ministers of Health to address overpaying for generic drugs that seniors need
Toronto August 18, 2008: CARP is calling on Canada’s Ministers of Health to explain whether taxpayers have been ... Read more.

arrowCARP's National Caregiver Strategy
Family Caregivers contribute billions of dollars' worth of unpaid work to ensure their loved ones get the care ... Read more.


Your rights:
Zoomers and the new retirement


What should businesses be doing to keep valued older workers? Read more.
 
Your health:
CARP Calls for National Caregiver Strategy to be included in Federal budget for 2009


Most of us want to age at home as long as possible. What can the government do to help?Read more.
Your finances:
Figuring out Pension Splitting


Are you trying to decide if pension splitting is right for you? Check out these FAQ's for some useful information. Read more.
 
Your health:
Building an Emergency Plan that works for you


When considering the variety of dangers that could place you and your family in an uncomfortable/life-threatening situation, the need for an emergency plan becomes very important.Read more.
 
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Zoomers Working/Retirement
1) Are you retired?

Yes

No (Skip to Q4)

2) Would you have kept working if conditions had been different at your workplace?

Yes

No (End Poll - Thank You)

3) Which one of the following changes at your workplace would have allowed you to keep working past retirement?

Reduced hours/days/flextime

Extended health benefits

More respect for senior employees

Give me a mentoring/teaching role

Age-neutral hiring policies

More personal development opportunities

Time off for elder care

Other (End Poll - Thank You)

4) (ANSWER ONLY IF YOU ARE STILL WORKING AFTER AGE 65) Which of the following incentives did your employer offer to induce you to continue working?5?

Reduced hours/days/flextime

Extended health benefits

More respect for senior employee

Give me a mentoring/teaching role

Age-neutral hiring policies

More personal development opportunities

Time off for elder care

OTHER

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