The Canadian Centre for Elder Law has released the first issue of the Canadian Journal of Elder Law. The first issue includes the following articles: "Formalizing the Informal: Family Care Agreements in Canada and the United States;" "Cognitive Impairment and the Right to Vote: Rethinking the Meaning of Accessible Elections;" and "Dangers in Aged Care: The Tension Between the Rights of Care Recipients and Those of the Aged Care Providers."
You can read abstracts and link to subscription information here.
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