This guide offers practical and easy-to-follow advice, tips and additional sources of information to help you communicate clearly and effectively. Most of the ideas and advice can easily be applied to communicating with audiences of all ages. There is no fixed line between a “young” audience and an “old” audience—and no solid boundary between communication “for seniors” and communication for everyone else. Plain language, good design and materials that are easy to use and understand are valued by everyone.

Published By: Division of Aging & Seniors, Public Health Agency of Canada,

Publication Date: September, 2010

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