Participatory Research and Disability: France-Quebec Dialogue

As part of the 35th edition of the Entretiens Jacques Cartier, Société Inclusive in collaboration with its partner Fedrha (Federation for Research on Disability and Autonomy) is supporting the discussions on Participatory Research and Disability: France-Quebec Dialogue to be held on October 11, 2023 at the Université Lumière Lyon II (France). Find out more about […]

Participatory action research and co-production of knowledge in the context of the fight against poverty and social exclusion

Webinar 3 June 9th, 12:30 – 13:30 David Longtin Registration Description This webinar will provide an overview of the different forms of action research and participatory research as well as some of the conditions for their implementation identified in the scientific literature. It will then address some of the issues raised by these approaches to […]

Participatory research is an innovative approach to including the voices of marginalized groups in the research process.

Société Inclusive, in collaboration with the Centre de recherche et d’expertise en gérontologie sociale (CREGÉS), the Institut universitaire en déficience intellectuelle et en trouble du spectre de l’autisme, and Exeko, organized a series of events during 2023 in Quebec to share the approaches developed in this field. Find out more about the tools used to […]

Fatherhood, co-parenting and disability: what are the experiences of fathers with disabilities in Quebec?

This research project stems from the need expressed by the Regroupement pour la Valorisation de la Paternité (RVP) to obtain a portrait of the reality of fathers with disabilities in Quebec. More specifically, the following themes emerged from the RVP’s concerns about fathers with disabilities: apprehensions, adaptation to the role of father (particularly paternal involvement), […]

Co-development of an active listening training for Autism Support volunteers

Conceived and carried out by, for, and with people with autism, this innovative project is based on a partnership between research and a community partner, Autisme Soutien (NPO). It is rooted in Autisme Soutien’s need to adapt the training offered to its volunteers using an inclusive pedagogical approach. The project has two specific objectives: 1) […]

Promoting Audiodiversity: The Right to (Fair) Self-Representation in the Media

Despite their significant numbers (prevalence of 2-10%), people of audiodiversity (i.e., with a communication disability [HdlC]) have little or no representation in media content (cultural, television, etc.). When they are, their disability is likely to be subject to discriminatory attitudes and prejudices, which contribute to their stigmatization and self-stigmatization. The media is an important source […]

Co-development of workshops to promote psychological well-being after a stroke

Since mental health issues are common following a stroke, ARTÈRE is looking to integrate activities that would support the psychological well-being of its members. This project aims to co-develop workshops to promote psychological well-being that can then be offered in a cost-effective and sustainable manner. Four specific objectives will be pursued: (1) Identify the main […]

Action-research for the implementation of a hearing aid valorization program offered in the community and aimed at seniors with a hearing loss

This action-research project consists of accompanying the Association des personnes avec une déficience de l’audition (APDA) in the revision of its hearing aid enhancement program (PA), which is aimed at seniors with a hearing impairment (DA) living in precarious situations, and in the pilot implementation of an improved version of this program. This 18-month project […]

Body in Care, Body on Stage: An Intersectoral Approach to Chronic Pain

This project brings together people living with chronic pain, artists, clinicians, and researchers in the health sciences and humanities. It aims to place artistic practices and the humanities at the heart of a system in which experiments will be carried out and shared, in close collaboration with the people concerned, in order to facilitate the […]

An Exploratory Study of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Women’s Access to Social Services

Having served the Montreal area for a long time, it was only with the pandemic of COVID-19 and the forced telecommuting that the Montreal House of Deaf Women (MHW) noticed that Deaf and hard of-hearing women from all over Quebec began to solicit their services from a distance. It is in this perspective that the […]