Author Meets Readers | Care Homes in a Turbulent Era: Do They have a Future?

Author Meets Readers | Care Homes in a Turbulent Era: Do They have a Future?

Categories: General, Panel Discussions | Intended for

Thursday, February 29, 2024

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location Details

Irene's Pub | 855 Bank Street

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Moira McGrath, 6137169790, moira.mcgrath@carleton.ca

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About this Event

Host Organization: Faculty of Public Affairs
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Can care homes be transformed to offer conditions of dignity and respect for all those who live in, work in, and visit in nursing homes? Can care homes be transformed to promote pleasure and joy? The contributing research team members’ answer to these questions is YES. But they offer caveats and cautions about the challenges ahead. Addressing care home issues is not a merely matter of repair or minor reform, although both could improve care. To achieve the goals of dignity and respect, care homes need a revolution.

About the Presenters
Susan Braedley MSW PhD is a Professor in the School of Social Work and the Director of the Institute of Political Economy at Carleton University. Her research program considers care work in the context of socio-demographic aging, welfare state developments, and late capitalism. Her research outputs include digital stories, policy papers, publications for the general public, and open access academic books and articles.

Pat Armstrong is a Canadian sociologist and Distinguished Research Professor at York University. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Armstrong has served as a Chair for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research in Health Services and Nursing Research and the Department of Sociology at York University.

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