More than just a job.
There are so many opportunities at Pathways to Hope. If you are work-driven, qualified, and want to join our dedicated team—we have a place for you. Take a look at our list of openings below and become a part of the family.
Speech Language Pathologist
The Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) will be responsible for conducting assessments and supervising the implementation of programming for children and adolescents with Autism. A successful candidate will have a strong background working as a team member. The SLP will be expected to collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team and community partners, providing their expertise in speech and language development to generate an individualized program for each child.
Experience working with children living with Autism would be an asset.
Working as a member of the interdisciplinary team, the Psychologist will provide psychological assessment, consultation, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of clients utilizing both individual and group evidence-based interventions (including CBT, CBTe and DBT). Program development, evaluation and research will also be integral parts of this role.
Equine-assisted therapy provides mental, physical and emotional therapy to patients with learning, physical and behavioral difficulties. It's also used to help treat other conditions, such as PTSD, autism and much more. Equine therapy can help improve a patient's self-awareness, self-confidence and discipline.
Our sessions take place at a barn just outside Brantford, Ont.
Registered Social Worker & Registered Psychotherapist
If you specialize in providing support for children, youth and adults of all ages. We have a core team focused on areas such as mental health issues, at-risk behaviour, autism spectrum disorder, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and dual-diagnosis-developmental delay and mental health diagnosis.
The Occupational Therapist will work within an interdisciplinary team in the delivery of an integrated biopsychosocial model of services to provide occupational therapy services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Occupational Therapist will identify and assess children with motor, perceptual and/or sensory impairments where Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Intellectual Disability (ID) and/or Developmental Disability (DD) is confirmed.