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This case study of the Seniors Daytime Program, a continuing education program run by the Toronto District School Board, examines the roles and benefits of community-based lifelong learning for the post-work population and, in particular, seniors at risk from the perspectives of adult education and health promotion.

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Community-based Lifelong Learning for Promoting Health in Older Adults: A Qualitative Analysis of a Continuing Education Program for Seniors in Toronto

This case study of the Seniors Daytime Program, a continuing education program run by the Toronto District School Board, examines the roles and benefits of community-based lifelong learning for the post-work population and, in particular, seniors at risk from the perspectives of adult education and health promotion.