Part Time

15 - 20 hours/week

Job Description:

Work with children and their families to assist each child in reaching their maximum potential to function independently and to promote active participation in home, school, and community environments.

Assist with movement, motor development, and body function (eg, strength and endurance).


Apply clinical reasoning during examination, evaluation, diagnosis, and intervention for children, youth, and young adults.


Promote health and wellness as they implement a wide variety of supports in collaboration with families, communities, and other medical, developmental, and specialists.

Examination including mobility, sensory and neuromotor development, use of assistive technology, muscle and joint function, strength and endurance, cardiopulmonary status,  posture and balance, and oral motor skills. 

Support families through coordination of services, advocacy, and assistance to enhance the development of their child including; 

  • Positioning during daily routines and activities 

  • Adapting toys for play 

  • Expanding mobility options 

  • Using equipment effectively 

  • Facilitating safety for the home and community 

  • Accessing community programs and resources

  • Providing information on the child’s physical and health care needs

  • Supporting family caregiving

  • Smoothing transitions from early childhood to school and into adult life

For inquiries, please contact Kim at or submit your resume and cover letter by clicking apply now.