Canadian Women’s Health Network Review of A Place to Call Home

Long-term residential Care operates in the shadows - too often viewed as a necessary evil and best left invisible. This book takes a different approach. It dares readers to dream about developing alternative forms of long-term, residential care based on an understanding of what exists today and what is possible in the future. Given the fact that the overwhelming majority of residents and providers are women, the book makes gender a central concern in planning for care that treats both workers and residents with dignity and respect. This book jumpstarts the design of long-term care that would make us all feel at home. - The Canadian Women’s Health Network, 30/3/2009

← Back to A Place to Call Home