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    CARP needs you to help speak out on issues like healthcare, pension reform, elder abuse ageism, and discrimination against older workers.

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    It calls for an integrated continuum of care for Canada's aging population.
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About CARP

Formerly known as the Canadian Association of Retired Persons CARP is a non-profit organization for seniors. The organization has a number of ambitious yet realistic goals to help aging Canadians live better. CARP for seniors has a “New Vision of Aging for Canada” because we believe that an aging society deserves to live a life that is free from discrimination, age-related stereotypes and financial burdens. As a dynamic organization CARP works to turn this vision into a reality, and it does so by promoting social change. CARP advocates and campaigns policies with the aim of providing a financial safety net for aging Canadians.

Although CARP works hard to help seniors we believe that the positive changes and goals we strive for will benefit Canadian society as a whole in the long term. Regardless of whether you are retired, planning your retirement or you’re a 50-something individual with no clear definition or status, everyone is welcome and encouraged to join CARP membership. CARP is the resourceful companion of a growing community of aging Canadians who have legitimate concerns about finances, health, housing and helping out their children when they need it.