The ARMCAR (Acknowledging and Responding to Mistreatment in CARegiving) research project aims to develop and evaluate the efficiency of a multicomponent educational program to help further improve knowledge about mistreatment toward persons aged 50 years and older within a caregiving context, promote help seeking of informal caregivers, facilitate the identification and reporting of mistreatment situations, as well as improving the social support for informal caregivers and their health.
This section presents the major research projects led by the Research Chair on Mistreatment of Older Adults, as well as recently developed knowledge. It includes an overview of the evolution of our work, the context in which it was realized, and a summary presentation of each project.
This section includes the key projects undertaken by the Chair concerning wellness care for older adults and recently developed knowledge of this subject. It consists of an overview of the evolution of our work, the context in which it was realized, and a summary presentation of each project.
In Situation of Emergency
If you witness or are victim of a mistreatment situation and wish to obtain information or help, please contact the Elder Abuse HelpLine (for Quebec residents).
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