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 […]

The Mutual Aid Brigade: a vehicle for a stable, safe and healthy home.

The general aim of this action-research project is to deepen our knowledge of residential instability prevention services provided by individuals with experiential knowledge of the homes of people at risk of eviction from their dwellings due to insalubrity. More specifically, the project aims to: Understand the mechanisms by which the Mutual Aid Brigade produces effects; […]

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 […]

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 […]

Musées et Accessibilité au Québec : ensemble vers un futur inclusif

Practical info Date: in 2024 Duration: Event : In french Registration: TBC Context Imagine a Quebec where museums are welcoming places for people of all abilities. Join us on December 7, 2022 for a discussion on the future of accessibility in our museums. This invitation is open to researchers, museum professionals, partners and anyone interested […]

Sport, activité physique et jeux inclusifs, de la recherche à l’action.

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.Synthèse du maillage entre partenaires, chercheurs et usagers disponible ici Transformer les résultats de la recherche pour une application de la connaissance maintenant  Objectif :  Beaucoup de recherche existent sur le domaine de l’activité physique et des personnes en situation de handicap, il est temps de passer au transfert […]

Participatory Research and Disability: France-Quebec Dialogue

As part of the 35th Entretiens Jacques Cartier, Société Inclusive, in collaboration with its partner Fedrha (Fédération pour la recherche sur le handicap et l’autonomie), organized a symposium on the theme of “Participatory research and disability: France-Quebec dialogue”, which took place on October 11, 2023 at Université Lumière Lyon II (France). Quebec represented! 7 researchers […]

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) […]

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 […]

Recommendations for an inclusive digital budgeting assistance solution for individuals with traumatic brain injury.

People with traumatic brain injury (TBI) experience difficulties in managing and maintaining a budget. Technology can assist and support the impaired cognitive functions of CBT and help improve social participation. The literature demonstrates a critical lack of technology adapted to individuals with CBT. Objective: To develop recommendations for an inclusive digital budgeting solution (IDBS) in […]