Enabling participation of frail older adults in meaningful leisure activities through the use of compensatory strategies: impact of a pilot intervention


Introduction: Compensatory strategies enable frail seniors to pursue leisure activities despite their disabilities. Due to a lack of knowledge about their existence, many of these strategies are not or rarely used by seniors.... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Véronique Provencher (Uni)
  2. Helene Carbonneau (Université de Trois-Rivières)
  3. Johanne Filiatrault (Université de Montréal)
  4. Valérie Poulin (Université de Trois-Rivières)
  5. Mélanie Levasseur (Université de)
  6. Maude Filion-trudeau (Université Laval)
  7. Andrée-Anne Lajoie (Université Laval)
  8. Stéphanie Stocco (Université de Sherbrooke)
  9. Karine Bélanger (Université Laval)

Topic Areas

Community society gender, culture , New and innovative intervention


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