Une nouvelle série vidéo

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. Ces courtes capsules vidéos vous invitent à plonger dans dix projets de recherche participative. Elles sont maintenant accessibles en ligne ICI!  Des thèmes variés : parentalité, emploi, autonomie, développement émotionnel, mobilité urbaine, et bien plus encore. Des expériences variés : déficience visuelle, surdité, autisme, polyhandicap, traumatisme crânien, déficience […]

Co-development of intergenerational activities to break with ageism and support the social participation of people living with the after-effects of a traumatic brain injury.

This participatory research will bring together young people and seniors living with traumatic brain injury, a manager and stakeholders from a community organization serving people living with TBI (Servio), a representative from Intergénération Québec, as well as researchers in the health sciences, the humanities and social sciences, and the arts. These partners will use a […]

Without taboos: Uniting for the inclusion of the sexual experiences and needs of adults with motor disabilities in sexology and rehabilitation

The FQPN and Ex aequo are campaigning for the deconstruction of negative social perceptions that affect the social participation of adults with motor disabilities (AIM) in relation to their sexuality, and for the development of specialized interventions in sexology and rehabilitation. However, these organizations note a lack of empirical data in Quebec to support their […]

Understand and make others understand: Operationalizing an immersive design fiction tool to promote social participation by deaf people

This project was born out of a need expressed by the Association du Québec pour enfants avec problèmes auditifs (AQEPA) for a technological solution that would more effectively raise awareness of the sensory reality of young people with hearing loss, both for their families and for the professionals who work with them. The aim of […]

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), […]

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 […]

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 […]

Learning unit and inclusive work environment

Research Title: The Learning Unit: A New Avenue for Developing the Competencies of People with Disabilities in an Inclusive Work Environment Abstract The usual work platform approach rarely goes beyond social integration in the regular workplace for adults with intellectual disabilities. The innovative approach linked to learning units is indicated to remedy these obstacles, by […]

Co-construction d’un programme de formation continue des acteurs municipaux en lien avec les plans d’action d’accessibilité universelle

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.Description : Conformément aux exigences légales, les municipalités québécoises de 15 000 habitants et plus produisent annuellement un plan d’action visant à réduire les obstacles à la participation sociale des personnes handicapées. Les connaissances, les pratiques et outils de soutien en matière d’accessibilité universelle sont très diversifiés et peu harmonisés […]

CARE PLAY: Community And REsearch PLAYing together using physical literacy knowledge translation tools targeting children with disabilities in Quebec

Children with disabilities participate less than their peers in physical activities, and their levels of physical activity are often below the minimum recommended for a healthy development. A comprehensive approach to address physical activity is ‘physical literacy’ (PL). PL builds on basic movement skills as well as child confidence, motivation, understanding and valuing, to ensure […]