Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre, 2 Carlton Street, Suite 500 (College Subway Station or 506 Streetcar)
"Basically we need more information, education from the bottom, starting with the schools, creating conscience about older women's health problems...it is important for you to go to those places where seniors are..."
Please join us for the launch of the report, Health Status and Health Needs of Older Immigrant Women.
Based on a literature review and community-based research, this preliminary study examines the impact of social policy on the health status of older immigrant women in Toronto and the health and social service seeking patterns of older immigrant women. Health Status and Health Needs of Older Immigrant Women explores the role of Community Health Centres in addressing the health and social service needs of these women with a view to further research and application to service interventions.
For more information contact the Ontario Women's Health Network at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (416) 408-4840.
Project Partners: Ito Peng, Margot Lettner, Ontario Women's Health Network, South Riverdale Community Health Centre, Stonegate Community Health Centre, Women's Health in Women's Hands Community Health Centre
This project has been generously funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The views expressed in the study and at the launch are not necessarily those of the funder.