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Entitled ‘Community organizations’ strategies to adapt the delivery of services to vulnerable older adults and their caregivers in a period of social isolation’, this project is co-directed by Valérie Poulin (University of Québec at Trois-Rivières) and Véronique Provencher (University of Sherbrooke).
This scientific article is based on the research work done by a team led by Sophie Éthier of Laval University, more specifically from the project entitled ‘The mistreatment of older caregivers and the mistreatment of older adults by their caregivers: Acknowledge, Raise Awareness and Prevent, in which Marie Beaulieu was a co-researcher.

Throughout Autumn 2019, the Research Chair will conduct the transfer of knowledge gained through this research project. The project was conducted in partnership with Chartwell Retirement Residences and was funded by a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

In March 2019, Marie Beaulieu (principal researcher),  the University of Sherbrooke’s Melanie Levasseur and the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières’ Helene Carbonneau, (both as co-researchers), were awarded a grant from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council as part of the Partnership Engage Grants for the project entitled: Project to Promote ‘Living Well Together’ and the Fight Against Mistreatment Between Residents: Improving Community Living in Private Seniors’ Residences.

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