seniors: Many come with their children, at an older age, according to Metro News. They are cut off from the support network in their old country said Choi, who immigrated to Canada in 1982 with her family and four children. There are many challenges for immigrant seniors to stay healthy. I am lucky I can communicate in English. They are not familiar with the system here and must depend on other people who can speak English to help them. Language is the biggest barrier for these seniors. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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