Les personnes proches aidantes au Québec en 2018

This online publication (in French) from the Institut de la statistique du Québec (ISQ) provides an overview of the phenomenon of caregiving in Quebec in 2018, using statistical data from Statistics Canada 2018 General Social Survey (GSS) – Caregiving and Care Receiving.
Year: 2022
Languages: French
Format: Web document or format
Dimension(s) of caregiving:
  • Realities of caregiving

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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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This online publication (in French) from the Institut de la statistique du Québec (ISQ) presents selected findings from the Statistics Canada 2018 General Social Survey (GSS)– Caregiving and Care Receiving, whose aim was to provide a snapshot of the lives of caregivers and care receivers in today’s Canada. The target population was all non-institutionalized persons aged 15 and over who live in Canada’s 10 provinces. The specific data compiled by the ISQ concern caregiving in Quebec, including the scope of caregiving in the province, caregiver characteristics, the caregiver/care receiver relationship, and the care and assistance provided.

To further explore the 2018 and our‎ understand explore caregiver ‎‎ the issues ‎and ‎gender, report‎‎ ‎recommend ‎reading‎with ‎(in French), ‎‎ “Qui sont les personnes proches aidantes au Québec et quel type de soutien apportent-elles” ? Une analyse différenciée selon le sexe et l’âge.