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PACE welcomes Stephen Wells

June 2018

Stephen (Steve) Wells is the new Senior Program Coordinator at our Henry Lane Program.

Steve has a depth of experience managing programs in the Mental Health and Addictions field and most recently was Owner/Operator at Sober Elite where he was responsible for direct service provisioning for Addiction Intervention, Case Management and Recover Coaching.   Steve also worked for St. Michael's Homes, Toronto in various positions starting as a Case Coordinator providing all aspects of primary care treatment to being Program Director for Reintegration and Long Term Supporting Housing.

Steve brings a significant background in the not-for-profit community support, transitional, assisted and independent living. His experience with organizational change, transformation and development will be an asset.

PACE’s new logo - a focus on our clients

February 2018

After completing a comprehensive input process with clients, staff and stakeholders, PACE has a new brand framework that includes refreshed mission, vision and values and a new logo and visual identity.

About PACE

PACE is a non profit community support service organization that provides support services to adults with disabilities.

PACE became an accredited agency with Accreditation Canada in 2010. Accreditation Canada is an organization that works with health care organizations to improve quality, safety, staff and client experience and satisfaction.  PACE uses Accreditation Canada’s program as the basis for continuous quality improvement. In 2013, PACE was awarded the status of “Accredited with Commendation”. The commendation recognition means that we not only met the basic requirements but, surpassed them. This is an upgrade of our initial “Accredited” status.  Now in June 2017 - PACE has been accredited with "Exemplary Standing" which is the highest recognition standing.  

PACE’s services to Clients are provided in a manner that is consistent with the philosophy of ‘Independent Living’.

Attendant Outreach

Attendant Outreach Services

PACE provides personal support services to adults with disabilities.  Services are provided on a pre-booked basis.  These services are provided between the hours of 6:00 a.m. to midnight, seven-days a week and can be offered in the individual’s home, school or workplace.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible applicants must:

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