Planning ahead - Resources

Below is a collection of additional resources for each of the topic areas in the planning ahead section of the website. Each of these resources have been evaluated for you and are considered relevant, readable and reliable (top 25% of over 500 resources we have reviewed).

Powers of attorney and "living wills"

Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE) & CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario). (2010). Power of attorney for personal care. Ontario, Canada: CLEO. 

Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE) & CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario). (2010). Continuing power of attorney for property. Ontario, Canada: CLEO.

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2001). Shared experiences: suggestions for those with alzheimer disease. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada. 

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2019). Dementia and end of life care

Government of Ontario (2019). Seniors: plan for the future. Ontario, Canada: Queen's Printer for Ontario.

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE). (2019). When someone close to you is dying

The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. (2019). Powers of Attorney.

Financial planning and support

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2001). Shared experiences: suggestions for those with alzheimer disease. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada.

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2019). First steps

Canada Revenue Agency. (2019). Disability tax credit.

Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program. (2019). Tips & strategies: A 'By Us For Us" Guide. Waterloo, Canada, University of Waterloo: MAREP. 

End of life care and support

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2001). Shared experiences: suggestions for those with alzheimer disease. Toronto, Canada: Alzheimer Society of Canada. 

Alzheimer Society of Canada. (2019). Dementia and end of life care

Government of Ontario (2019). Seniors: plan for the future. Ontario, Canada: Queen's Printer for Ontario. 

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly (NICE). (2019). When someone close to you is dying.

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