Capsule de sensibilisation et d’information mettant en vedette trois personnes proches aidantes appartenant à un groupe ethnoculturel minoritaire

This video (in French) presents the personal accounts of three informal caregivers from different ethnocultural minority groups.
Year: 2022
Languages: French
Format: Video
Dimension(s) of caregiving:
  • Realities of caregiving

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This video (12 min, in French) presents the personal accounts of three informal caregivers from different ethnocultural minority groups. Each discusses their experience of caregiving, their path towards self-recognition as a caregiver and their specific needs as a minority group member. Kettly Pinchinat Jean-Charles, provincial coordinator specialized in caregiving for ethnocultural and English-speaking communities, comments on the various concepts addressed in the video. The video was produced by the SHERPA University Institute in 2022 for National Caregivers Week. It is part of the research project on the experiences of family caregivers from minority ethnocultural groups in Quebec (“Les expériences de personnes appartenant à un groupe ethnoculturel minoritaire qui prennent soin d’un proche au Québec,” Le Gall, J. Samson, ME and K. Pinchinat Jean-Charles).