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Historical and Cultural Aspects of Aging

Response must have 200 words. Pls as much as possible pls answer the question in Canada base. thanks Lehman, Fenza, and Hollinger-Smith (n.d.) found a lack of culturally competent care directly contributes to poor patient outcomes, reduced patient compliance, and increased health disparities, regardless of the quality of services and systems available. What can be done to improve culturally competent care in home care planning and service delivery in Canada? Helpful readings: Cameron, B. L., Plazas, M., & Salas, A. S. (2014). Understanding inequalities in access to health care services for Aboriginal People: A call for nursing action (Opens PDF document) [PDF]. Advances in Nursing Science, 37(3), E1-16. Retrieved from Wilson, K., Rosenberg, M. W., Abonyi, S. & Lovelace, R. (2010). Aging and health: An examination of differences between older Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. Canadian Journal on Aging, 29(3), 369-382. Calasanti, T., & Kiecolt, K. (2012). Intersectionality and aging families. In R. Blieszner and V. Bedford, (Eds.), Handbook of Families and Aging, (2nd ed.). (pp. 263-90). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. Cowgill, D. O., & Holmes, L. D., (1972). Aging and modernization. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Government of Canada. (2019). Canada Health Act. Retrieved from Lehman, D., Fenza, P., & Hollinger-Smith, L. (n.d.). Diversity & cultural competency in health care settings (Opens PDF document) [PDF]. Retrieved from Teaching Tolerance. (2016, May 18). Intersectionality 101 [3:03]. Retrieved from Walrus. (October 18, 2017). The role of Indigenous elders [7:28]. Retrieved from Wister, A. (2019). Aging as a social process: Canadian perspectives (7th ed.). Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.