- Secretariat / Administration / Communications
- Education Team
- Board of Directors
The Education Team also includes a few dozen part-time team members.
This is the 2022 Summer Education Team.
Our Board of Directors includes nine members elected for three-year mandates during the Annual General Assembly. To learn more, please refer to our by-laws.
Anyone who wishes to apply to join the Board must fill and submit an application form. To learn more, please contact our leadership.
Various working committees are created each year to help the organization address its objectives. Active committees for the current year (2016-2017):
Human Resources Committee
Service Quality Committee
Committee for the Optimization of Technological Tools
Adult Services Consultative Committee
Problem Behaviour Management Committee
Employee Recognition Policy Committee
Parent Political Action Committee for Autism Spectrum Disorders (PPAC-ASD)
Each committee is subject to a deadline. Unless otherwise specified, committee recommendations are not enforceable. Each committee designates a leader responsible for convening members; preparing meeting agendas; facilitating meetings; and, as required, naming a member responsible for writing the minutes of the meeting.
One member from the Board of Directors is usually active in each committee. The Executive Director sits on multiple committees and can act as a resource as needed.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
For more information about our volunteering opportunities, please refer to our BECOME A VOLUNTEER page, or contact us at 819 595-1290, ext. 30.
Parent Political Action Committee for Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorders (PPAC-ID-ASD)
It is the mandate of the Political Action Committee to defend the rights of autistic individuals and their families. Members of the committee, with a majority of parents of autistic or intellectually disabled children, address issues affecting families in the region. Under the Board of Directors, this committee benefits from logistical support from the organization to:
- Encourage parents to mobilize around community issues;
- Disseminate information to parents about rights and recourse mechanisms;
- Engage in actions aiming to improve currently available services and drive the development of a complete range of services.
To keep up to date on current issues and get involved in the Committee’s initiatives, please refer to our news page or follow our activity on Facebook.
Or contact the lead of the Political Action Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org To learn more la vie associative de TUOI, our representative mandate and our advocacy, please refer to our latest activity report.