Retirement of Joanne Wilson, Executive Director

It was announced today by Bill Noble, Board Chair of the PACE Board of Directors, that a search has been launched for a new Executive Director.  The new Executive Director will replace Joanne Wilson who will retire from PACE on December 31, 2016.  After more than 25 years of dedicated, passionate service to PACE, Joanne is setting her sights on a well-deserved retirement and spending more time travelling and with family and friends.

“I have had the pleasure of working with Joanne for more than five years and I am going to miss her tremendously and I know that many of you will as well.” said Bill Noble, Board Chair of PACE’s Board of Directors.

About PACE

Guy in wheelchair with woman standing next to himPACE is a non profit community support service organization established in 1981 to provide support services to adults with physical 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 Consumer experience and efficiency. 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.

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

Attendant Outreach

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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 and can be offered in the individual’s home, school or workplace.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible applicants must:

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