Happy New Year 2024!

Together, let's welcome 2024, with a sneak preview of some of our upcoming projects.
11 January 2024

Once again this year,‎ caregivers and those who support them will be able to count‎ on the Observatory for reliable and objective information‎ on caregiving.‎ We invite you to stay tuned‎ via our website, social networks and newsletter.

To kick off 2024 in style, here’s a look at some of our current and upcoming projects.

Original publications
  • Infographics on various topics, such as:
    • Caregiver recognition and self-identification.
  • First edition of a scientific monitoring bulletin, based on a review of studies on caregiving by Quebec researchers.
  • Productions on this year’s theme: caregiving trajectories.
  • Our 2023-2024 Activity Report.
Activities to promote caregiving expertise from here and abroad
  • Fresh additions to the Caregiving Knowledge Portal.
  • Caregiving news and achievements shared on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
  • New editions of our newsletter.
  • Active participation in caregiving-related events aimed at strengthening relations with stakeholders and fostering knowledge sharing.
Structural collaborations that benefit caregivers
  • Continuation of our collaborations and partnerships with the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, the Institut national de santé publique du Québec, the Institut national d’excellence en santé et services sociaux, the Centre d’Excellence sur le Partenariat avec les Patients et le Public, and the Communauté de Pratique en proche aidance, for example:
    • Creation of a conceptual model to monitor the physical, mental and psychosocial health and quality of life of caregivers in Quebec.
    • Drawing up a portrait of caregivers in Quebec, in collaboration with key partners.
  • Development and publication of an intersectoral collaboration and partnership model.

Need help? →

CALL 811 (Info-Santé/Info-Social). If you need support or have concerns or questions about your health or that of a family member or friend, call 811 to speak to a nurse or psychosocial worker. Bilingual and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it’s free and confidential.

To speak to a caregiver counselor about a difficult situation, ask questions or get a referral, call l’Appui’s Caregiver Support Helpline.
Bilingual; open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

1 855 852-7784
[email protected]

To find community resources offering caregiving information and support near you, consult l’Appui’s Resource Directory or Proche aidance Québec's list of member organizations (in French only).


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