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agingoffenders cover"The No Place to Call Home: The Challenges of Reintegrating Senior Parolees into the Community and Long Term Care Symposium was used to gather organizations, such as Correctional Service Canada, Peterborough Reintegration Services, Citizens Advisory Committee, Elder Abuse Ontario as well as Trent University programs including School of Nursing, Social Work, Sociology and Forensics, together to discuss the silent issue of community reintegration of aging offenders.

The No Place to Call Home symposium, and ultimately this report, started from the goal The No Place to Call Home symposium, and ultimately this report, started from the goal of the local CAC, which is to work with the community to increase education on the rising number of aging parolees and to understand our responsibility as a community. These individuals have served their sentences for the crimes they committed and by law can return to our communities to reside. This overarching goal of education stemmed into the goals of the No Place to Call Home symposium to find solutions on how to address the issue of the community reintegration of aging offenders.

SourceTrent Centre for Aging & Society


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