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Home and alone

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Traditionally in Atlantic Canada, when someone needs help, family and friends rally around. But with an aging population and an increasing number of immigrants without established supports, that's not always be possible. Here's a link to Vanessa Blanch's documentary Home and Alone. Kofi Ampong (left), a quadriplegic, says finding care workers to help him remain independent is a challenge on nights and weekends. (Photo: Kofi Ampong)

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