Child Development Facilitators

We are looking for a developmental behavioural aide with experience and passion to assist multi-disciplinary team of clinicians to teach and to provide support with families of children with disabilities. This is a contractual-based position.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Be creative and flexible in developing plans and implementing therapeutic programming as outlined and directed by the multidisciplinary therapist through an engaging and play-based approach in the family’s home and the community.
  • Provide adaptive support to clients through implementing behaviour strategies, daily living support, and communication techniques.
  • Independently organize schedule with client and therapist.
  • Regularly communicate the client’s progress and challenges to the family and therapists through a verbal and electronic platform.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of clients and the organization.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and other logistical requirements (e.g.,. monthly invoice, tracking sheets, daily development logs, and summary, and Incident report)
  • Continuous collaborative communication with the multidicipinary team and the family to all pertinent information regarding the progress of the children
  • Maintain continuous professional development through training, and communication with all colleagues.
  • Provide daily leaving support to clients as directed by the therapist (e.g. personal care and toileting support).

Working Conditions

  • Physical demands: Lifting, bending and/or rotation, kneeling, squatting, running, walking, and sitting on the floor.
  • Work environment: Family’s house, community, and/or Bridging Abilities’s clinic.


  • Diploma, Certificate, or Bachelor’s degree in child development, psychology, human service, disabilities studies, community rehabilitation, or social work. A student in an accredited Canadian institution is the minimum position requirement.
  • Have a minimum of three months of experience working with children and families.
  • Passion for learning about disabilities and child development.
  • Strong capacity to build rapport and a keen critical thinking skill to adapt to changing environments.
  • Effective communication skills to build a working alliance with therapists and clients.
  • Must be 18 years old and above
  • Current clear criminal record check and child and youth intervention check.
  • Have a reliable vehicle.

If you are interested in this position, please send us your resume