From our beginnings in 1963, Quad County Support Services has evolved from a school for children with developmental disabilities to providing supported independent living and in community resources.
With our roots in rural Ontario, community connection is at the centre of our work. We are committed to ongoing community development and strengthening partnerships to ensure individuals with developmental disabilities are fully included in the communities where they live.
As a non-profit, our operations are governed by a Board of Directors made up of leaders from the communities in which we serve.
Read our 2020-2021 Annual Report to learn about key initiatives at Quad County Support Services.
Board of Directors
Betty Ann MacKinnon
Quad County Support Services is a member of Southwest Collaborative Communities, a formal collaborative of five developmental services agencies in Southwestern Ontario. This collaboration explores options to jointly achieve efficiencies while ensuring service delivery is not compromised, remaining strong and values based.