This last year has been a time of change. While some of the change has been bumpy as we adjusted to various restrictions, it has also opened up opportunities for new ways to connect.
With all of us spending more time online than ever before, we decided it was time to reassess how Quad County Support Services communicates with families, staff and our community.
- fresh, new website
- streamlined newsletter
- increased presence on Facebook
- virtual programs
- …and more
Wanting our website to be the main place to get information, we created a new site that is more user friendly. On our website you’ll find a calendar of upcoming events, information on the supports we offer, COVID updates, career information, ways to donate and more. You can also sign up to receive updates from the organization.
Another change we’ve made is launching a streamlined newsletter with a focus on sharing key information for the upcoming month. We are slimming down our newsletter to 1-2 pages so it’s easy to read.
With the addition of Madison Stocking to our team, we’re able to increase our presence on Facebook. Looking to ensure photos of activities are shared in a timely manner, these will now be featured on our Facebook page instead of in our newsletter. If you want to see what’s happening, check out our Facebook page.
Finally, in the absence of in-person connection, our staff and community has put together some amazing virtual programs for individuals we support. From cooking classes to craft workshops to exercise nights, there’s something for everyone. As we transition to more in-person interactions, we expect some of our popular virtual programs will continue.
We are excited about the new ways we’ll be communicating that provide a number of ways to share information with our community.