AcuteNet CEO, Fariba Anderson shares her views with City of Toronto Council…. Sharing Economy leads to more viable patient care for Senior Citizens
During November 16, 2017 Toronto City Council Licensing and Standard Committee, Fariba Anderson shared the value of sharing economy as a much needed social contract to ensure prosperity and well-being for all Citizens of Toronto and specifically Senior Citizens.
In her 4 minute presentation, Fariba referenced Toronto Star’s August 22, 2017 article by Tracey Hanes as an economically viable and socially progressive alternative to provide better housing for Senior Citizens through Halton and Northumberland home sharing program.
In lieu of UK Government’s January 2018 decision to appoint a Minister to Loneliness to combat UK’s number one public health challenge, Fariba encouraged City of Toronto Licensing and Standard Committee to lead a policy framework that paves the path for home sharing.