Home support

Living at home as long as possible is the wish of the majority of Quebecers. With an aging population, it is imperative to maximize and publicize the offer of services to seniors and the proposals in this regard.

Housing and living environments

Elder abuse includes physical, psychological, sexual, material/financial and organizational abuse, as well as ageism and violation of rights. Abuse can take the form of violent or neglectful behaviors and can occur in a variety of settings where there is a relationship of trust.


The housing crisis greatly affects seniors. The shortage of affordable and community-based housing is an ongoing issue. The different living environments have distinct characteristics according to the needs and particularities of each.


Transportation has a direct impact on many levels for seniors. The different modes of transportation allow them to access services such as health care, food security and social participation.


The caregiver provides support to one or more members of his or her entourage who have a temporary or permanent disability of a physical, psychological, psychosocial or other nature, regardless of their age or living environment, with whom he or she shares an emotional, family or other bond.

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