NSDRC Association Board

Anita Dadson, Honourary Lifetime Member, Founder

Honourary Lifetime Member and Founder: Anita Dadson;


President: Dan Blue; Vice President: Kathie Best; Treasurer: Chris Yetman; Secretary: Catherine Abraham; Members at Large:
Bob McCormack, Mary-Ann Wasnick, Marc Bourne, Saeid Haghigh, Henry Tso.

NSDRC Association President Dan Blue. Kathie Best, NSDRC Association Board Vice-president NsDRC Association Board Secretary, Cathy Abraham

Dan Blue

Kathie Best

Catherine Abraham

Henry Tso

Saeid Haghighi

Henry Tso

Chris Yetman

Mary-Ann Wasnick Board Member Marc Bourne Bob McCormack, NSDRC Foundation Board

Mary-Ann Wasnick

Marc Bourne

Bob McCormack



Code of Ethical Conduct

The North Shore Disability Resource Centre (NSDRC) recognizes that many ethical decisions are required when supporting people. The following Code of Ethical Conduct provides a basis for resolving ethical questions and dilemmas by establishing guidelines for responsible behaviour.

While the statements in the Code of Ethical Conduct provide specific direction in addressing some ethical problems, situations may also require employees to combine these statements with sound judgment, and knowledge of the core values expressed in the Association’s Mission, Vision and Values Statements. These core values recognize the importance of respect, equality, family and support networks, collaboration, and diversity.


We will respect the right of individuals to make decisions affecting their life, e.g. health, finances, lifestyles, and friendships.

We will treat all people with respect, and value each person for their capacities and contributions.

We will treat all personal information acquired in the course of our duties as confidential.

We will provide supports and services to the best of our ability, adhering to professional standards.

We will respect the dignity and privacy of the people we support while carrying out our duties.

We will not engage in, or support, the exploitation of individuals or families for private or personal gain.

We will not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, political belief, ancestry, age, ability or marital status.

In cases of conflict, we will work openly with all parties to make decisions as part of a team.

We will promote awareness of issues affecting people with disabilities within the community.



NSDRC ASSOCIATION Annual Reports (PDF Links)

The NSDRC Association Annual General Report, 2016-2017

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Quality Assurance Reports

2016-2017 Report Summary .aug 17″>Quality Assurance Day 2017 Report

2015-2016 Quality Assurance Report

Quality Assurance Day 2015 Report



Auditor’s Reports

2016-2017 NSDRC Audited Financial Statements

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