Age-Friendly Communication: Facts, Tips and Ideas
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Table of Contents
- Welcome to Age-Friendly Communication!
- The Senior Audience: Large, Growing and Diverse
- Choosing the Communication Medium
- Formulating Your Message
- Summing It Up
- Advice from the Experts
We are grateful for the input and feedback of communications experts in various fields and government departments during the writing of this publication. Our thanks as well to representatives of seniors' organizations who reviewed the first draft of the original edition and provided valuable comments: New Brunswick Seniors Federation, Conseil des aînés du Québec, Fédération de l'âge d'or du Québec, Alberta Council on Aging and Manitoba Society of Seniors. The organizations consulted are not responsible for any errors or omissions.
© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, 2010
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