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The Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf
The Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf provides a variety of care and support to Deaf children and adults with multiple needs including individuals with a developmental disability, Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders, troubled youth and dually diagnosed individuals.
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What We Look For:
The Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf provides a variety of care and support to Deaf children and adults with multiple needs including individuals with a developmental disability, Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioural, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders, troubled youth and dually diagnosed individuals.
 
Below are descriptions of some of the positions within, so you may have an idea of what we look for.
 
Descriptions
 
Full-Time and Part-Time Residential Counsellor and Team Leaders
Residential Counsellors provide individuals in our care with opportunities to increase their level of independence in skill areas such as communication, daily living, social, and community awareness based on each individual’s Personal Life Plan. This also includes providing support for the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each individual, as well as providing a safe, home-like environment.
 
Full-Time & Part-Time Day Program/Recreational Counsellor
Day Program/Recreational Counsellors assist individuals to increase their level of independence in skill areas such as basic literacy, communication, social and vocational skills, and community awareness and involvement. They also accompany clients on outings and provide meaningful day time activities.
 
Full-Time & Part-Time Overnight Counsellor
Overnight Counsellors provide a safe, home-like environment, ensuring that the individuals are asleep during the night and providing assistance if difficulties arise. They are also responsible for early morning routines and life skills training as individuals prepare for work/school.
 
Child and Youth Worker
Child/Youth Workers engage youth by enhancing their social, emotional, behavioral competencies; and will implement and monitor client’s progress towards their therapeutic goals. They are part of a multidisciplinary team. They understand youth in the context of family, school and community.
 
Child & Family Therapist
Our Child and Family Therapists provide a range of clinical services, service coordination, advocacy, and consultation. They are active members of a team utilizing an individualized, strengths-based, flexible, Wrap informed process.
 
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