QUAIL is a non-profit association created in 1993 to care for developmentally challenged adults. Our goal is to provide a home for life, or for as long as our residents wish to remain at QUAIL House and their health permits we can offer adequate care. The services we provide include food and lodging, personal assistance, psycho-social adaptation and community integration.
We strive to protect and enhance our residents' welfare, defend and promote their rights, and encourage greater social integration, using all available resources in the community.
Since 1994 QUAIL has worked with Pavillon du Parc to place at QUAIL House English-speaking adults from the Outaouais region with developmental disabilities.
The property is owned by the Fondation Immobiliere de l'Outaouais, and QUAIL has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Fondation regarding its rental, use and maintenance.
2013 President's Report
The QUAIL Board is made up of interested community members and representation from the families of our residents. The Board meets monthly to review the operations of QUAIL House, discuss the financial business and ensure the long-term commitments of QUAIL can be fulfilled.
QUAIL is supported by interested members of the community, many of whom become members of QUAIL. Article 2.3 states that Membership Conditions include:
QUAIL holds its Annual General Meeting of its members within ninety
days of the end of its fiscal year, which is March 31. The AGM includes
reports on the Corporations Activities, the submission and adoption
of the financial statements, the nomination of an auditor, the election
of the members of the Board of Directors, and any other items agreed
on by the majority of the members present.
Article 3.2 Copies of our AGM report is available on request by contacting our President. Please see the contact us page for details.
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