The second phase of the project ‘To Improve the Quality of Community Living in Private Retirement Residences’ was launched on November 7, 2019 with the arrival of Marie-Chantal Falardeau as project coordinator.
Funded by the Partnership Engage Grants Program of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the three-year project (2019-2022) aims to develop and implement a program promoting ‘living-well together’ and countering situations of resident-to-resident mistreatment in private retirement residences (PRR).
Building on the results of Part 1, the project has the following objectives:
- To document practices concerning the fight against resident-to-resident mistreatment and the promotion of ‘living well together’ in PRR
- To develop and implement a program to promote ‘living well together’ in PRR and counter resident-to-resident mistreatment (prevention, identification, intervention).
- To conduct a developmental assessment of the program as it is implemented in PRR.
The research team undertakes the recension of writings, recruitment tools, data collection, and the formation of various working groups.