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ReportOn

ReportON has been developed in response to the 2015 Coroner’s Inquest into the death of a Hamilton-area man who died while in receipt of developmental services from a service agency funded through MCSS. Specifically, the Inquest heard that agency staff may not always be aware of ways in which to register concerns directly to the ministry. In response, and in addition to other initiatives underway, MCSS has established a method for complaints to be registered directly with the ministry about services for, and treatment of, adults with developmental disabilities. Obviously, agency staff concerns should be brought directly to agency management as well, where appropriate.

MCSS is committed to promoting the safety and well-being of adults with developmental disabilities and is taking important steps to support the prevention and reporting of abuse within the adult developmental services system.

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Mission Statement

Community Living Quinte West is committed to the provision of supports that will assist individuals with an intellectual disability to live, work, and play as integrated and valued members of their community.

Vision Statement

Community Living Quinte West is a non-profit organization whose vision is one of a community that encourages and supports each person with an intellectual disability to participate, play, learn, work, and volunteer to the greatest extent possible.

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Annual Tee-Off for Inclusion Golf Tournament June 09, 2018

We have been very fortunate the last couple of years with the weather.  It was a perfect day to be out on the golf course.  The sun was warm, the course was green, the companionship was great, and the food was awesome.  Twenty-one teams teed off and met the challenges of the course head on.  […]

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