E4 Lifetimes in Long-Term Care

Invisible Institutions

06-04-2022 • 33 mins

More than 150,000 people live in long-term care in Canada, and every single one of them is a person with a disability. Government’s use long-term care as a stop-gap solution to the housing & care crisis, one that is all too often used against people with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

A note that this episode contains discussion of sexual violence, physical, emotional and mental abuse, confinement, swearing and force-feeding.   Take care of yourself & be kind to each other.

Here's the transcript .

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