By facilitating the mobility of seniors, it is a whole area of social integration and the health of seniors that is improving. The goal of the MOBILAÎNÉS one-stop shop project is to develop a tool adapted to the reality of seniors to help them identify the mode of transportation that meets their needs and preferences.
Users and actors from the mobility sector will be united in a co-creation activity, by and for seniors, of a one-stop shop that will enable people to move where, when and how they want.This collaboration, which focuses on the sharing of knowledge and experience of representatives of several sectors such as public services, community organizations, citizen-seniors and research, will be organized around three main stages. As a first step, the existing tools will have to be analyzed to see the relevant operations and thus better determine the format and content of an optimal window. Then, a prototype of this "bespoke" window will be created and it will include, for example, an interactive website and 24-hour hotline. Various activities organized with seniors and local stakeholders will anticipate user journeys to highlight the pitfalls and facilitators that will be used to develop and improve the MOBILAÎNÉS one-stop shop. In addition, the one-stop shop will also be evaluated according to criteria determined by the team. Finally, changes in mobility through single window use will be documented by and with seniors.
The one-stop shop MOBILAÎNÉS will therefore bring together in one place the various accessible transportation options to enhance their use, while offering convenience and ease of use in order to help seniors identify the mode of transportation that suits them best.
In parallel with this project, the interactions between the members of the intersectoral team will be considered and studied to identify, then share with other teams, the best practices to be implemented during co-creation activities in a living laboratory context.
This research project is initiated by the Laboratory for Innovations by and for Seniors (LIPPA) of the Center for Research on Aging (CdRV). For more information on this one, see the project page MOBILAÎNÉS on their website.
Véronique Provencher, Université de Sherbrooke
Dany Baillargeon, Université de Sherbrooke
Hélène Pigot, Laboratoire Domus, Université de Sherbrooke
Nathalie Delli-Colli, Université de Sherbrooke
Mélanie Levasseur, Université de Sherbrooke
Bessam Abdulrazak, Université de Sherbrooke
Patrick Boissy, Université de Sherbrooke
Caroline Proulx (aucune affiliation universitaire)
François Racicot-Lanoue, Laboratoire Domus, Université de Sherbrooke
Jean-François Comeau, Université de Sherbrooke
Martin Brochu, Université de Sherbrooke
Mathieu Hamel, Université de Sherbrooke
Mélissa Généreux, Université de Sherbrooke
Mélisa Audet, Université de Sherbrooke
Isabelle Lacroix, Université de Sherbrooke
Suzanne Garon, Université de Sherbrooke
Caroline Proux, Ville de Sherbrooke
Madeleine Bird, Agence de la santé publique du Canada – ASPC
Sonia Doirion, Ville de Sherbrooke
Sonia Quirion, CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS
Christian Bibeau, Corporation de développement communautaire de Sherbrooke
Mali Prud’homme, SAGE-Innovation
Rémi Demers, Centre des activités de Sercovie
Micheline Roberge, Table de concertation des aînés de l’Estrie
Ghyslain Goulet, Accélérateur de création d’entreprises technologiques – ACET
Gina Bravo, Centre de recherche sur le vieillissement de l’IUGS
Sylvie Fowlis, Centre de recherche sur le vieillissement de l’IUGS
Serge Vincent, Société de transport de Sherbrooke – STS