We provide a variety of supports and services to individuals who have a developmental disability so that they are able to live, learn, work and participate in all aspects of living within inclusive communities.
In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic, and social distancing restrictions, resulted in the closure of the day programs.
We have made the difficult decision to not reopen the day programs. The age and design of the building prohibits us from meeting the Province of Ontario’s Stage 3 reopening requirements.
Honouring our commitment to offer services that match the choice and goals of the individuals supported, we are reaching out to our community to determine how best to do this moving forward.
In keeping with our strategic plan, we will continue to focus on community development and strengthening our partnerships.
We want to hear from you. Help us create a new path forward.
Community Employment Options provides an environment where individuals can develop skills necessary for securing meaningful employment in the community. Individuals can also be involved in giving back to their community by volunteering. The end result is that everyone has a feeling of accomplishment and can be proud of their achievements.
The Supported Independent Living Program provides specifically tailored supports that help an individual meet their goal of living independently in the community. Individuals may choose to live alone or share a home with someone else.
The Associate Family Program partners individuals with families in the community. In doing so, individuals have the opportunity to live and grow in a nurturing family environment and participate, contribute and lead enriched lives in the community.
This service is based on the recognition and support of an individual’s right to use their passport funding to buy the support that best suits their personal need which begins with a personal plan.
Quad County is a community sponsor for Community Employment Choices. Community Employment Choices supports businesses and job seekers in meeting the labour market needs of Middlesex County with: job training information, career planning, job search support, job placement opportunities and incentives, as well as, referrals to community resources.