Report : Engaging with Acadian and Francophone Communities and their Health Issues
This report (in French only) stems from consultations held with the province’s Acadian and francophone communities in 2019 and 2020, in partnership with Nova Scotia Health. It presents issues and recommendations to make health care in French safer and more inclusive in Nova Scotia.
Report on French-language Services in Long-term Care Homes and Home Care in Nova Scotia’s Acadian Regions
This report stems from research conducted for the Réseau Santé that sought to understand the realities and challenges faced by long-term care facilities and home care services in Acadian regions and to provide suggestions to overcome those challenges.
Report: Offer and Demand for Health Services in French (2018 Survey)
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the offer and demand for health services in French in Nova Scotia based on the results of a survey of members of the province’s Acadian and francophone community conducted in July 2018. The report deals with their individual experiences with respect to the active offer of health services in French and requests for these services in facilities run by the Nova Scotia Health Authority and the IWK Health Centre, as well as their use of the 811 service line and access to written materials.
Report on Creating Cultural Villages in Long-term Care Homes
This is the report (in French) from a study conducted with Foyer Père Fiset nursing home in Chéticamp and in partnership with the Regroupement des aînés de la Nouvelle-Écosse on maintaining Acadian and francophone culture in long-term care homes in Nova Scotia. The study was based around a pilot project that sought to create a Cultural Village in the home as well as to equip Acadian and francophone employees with the tools they need and value their work.
2009 Community Consultations Report
This report presents the results of consultations held in 2009 on the needs and priorities of the Acadian and francophone community with respect to health and well-being. It provides recommendations on planning efforts to improve the delivery of health services in French in Nova Scotia.
Consult our annual reports to learn more about our work:
Prior annual reports are available in French only: