Older Adult Service Providers of Calgary (OASPoC) Research

As part of the Older Adult Service Providers of Calgary (OASPoC), carya collaborated with community leaders to release a report that provides an overview of effective collaborative practices between seniors housing and mental health service providers in Calgary and Edmonton, including those within the health care system.

The research conducted for this report warns that a number of seniors in our community are potentially at risk of experiencing homelessness unless service providers focus on a joint solution to assist seniors with mental health issues.

This research and insight gives carya an informed and introspective look at the services that are needed in the community, which allows us to better serve the aging population in our city.

carya is committed to providing the knowledge and experience to help tackle a whole new era of aging and offers targeted programs to assist older Calgarians with this transition.

Read the full report on Effective practices on collaboration between affordable seniors’ housing providers and mental health service providers.

Read the Globe and Mail article.