Among the responses that can be addressed to the frail, elderly people, in terms of risk prevention linked to old age, current health policies propose, among others, the implementation of collective actions in the form of thematic workshops. This study aims at looking into the real relevance of these actions, for which we have worked out a territorialized, exploratory assessment, taking into account “habitat” workshops, carried out in the Lunéville area (54). Our methodology is based on a multi-criteria analysis through differ-ent tools, describing the population and measuring the impact of these workshops.
The results show, beyond the general satisfaction, that the impact of the workshops on the uptaking of positive behaviors remains halfway through being satisfactory, and that the goal, that is being the old and frail people is not achieved. However, the study allows us to propose recommendations on the improvement of this kind of measures.
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Institut de formation en ergothérapie
de Lorraine et Champagne-Ardenne
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