Accessing Indigenous Long-Term Care

Canadian Journal of Bioethics / Revue canadienne de bioéthique 4 (1) (2021)
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Abstract

The purpose of this commentary is to present and respond to the gap that currently exists in providing culturally inclusive residential long-term care options for Indigenous peoples in Ontario. After presenting statistics regarding the Indigenous population and long-term care options, we argue that we have an ethical responsibility to offer more culturally inclusive long-term care.

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Andria Bianchi
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