Job Title: Support Worker/Behavioural Interventionist
Job Description: One to one support for 16-year-old hearing impaired youth with ASD attending Neuroscience/Health Psychology Camp at UBC.
Contract Period: July 1 – 28, 2018 OR Position 1: July 1- 14 Position 2: July 15 -28
Location: UBC – Point Grey Campus
Days: Hours: 7:30am to 9pm
Successful applicant will participate in the development of the schedule and must be available and flexible based on the needs of the youth throughout the contract period.
Provide support in classroom and social settings
Break down and/or phrase tasks as needed
Help stay on task/prompt to begin task
Support through transitions and schedule changes
Redirect and/or leave if youth becomes overloaded
Successful applicant will participate in the development of the support/intervention program based on the needs of the youth throughout the contract period.
Must have verbal and written English
Experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Kind, patient and adaptable
High School Diploma or higher
In process or completed a program relating to special needs
Criminal Records Check
American Sign Language an asset
Interested Applicants: For more information and or if interested in position, please reply with note of interest and resume to Natasha – firstname.lastname@example.org
DeafBC Job Posting
Sat. Jan 20, 2018
Where: Richmond Curling Club 5540 Hollybridge Way, Richmond Door opens at 6:30pm
Game starts at 7:00pm
BC Deaf Women Curling team:
Cecilia Tung, Olga Frolova, Tracey Serena, Olga Kuryo & Julia Szefer, they are raising funds to cover travel expenses and uniforms. They are competing in the 2018 Canada Deaf Game in Winnipeg.
Appetizers provided Cash Bar will be open
Tracey Serena Cecilia Tung
e:email@example.com e: Cecilia_capi@yaho.ca
Eric Nielsen – Manager e:firstname.lastname@example.org
Fans are welcome to watch poker games and socialized. Cost only $5.00. See you there!
Flyer-Poker 2018 – Curling women
FROM THE DEAF COMMUNITY TO WIDHH:
THIS IS A PETITION ADDRESSED TO THE BOARD OF WESTERN INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAFAND HARD OF HEARING. OUR REASONS FOR THIS PETITION ARE:
– It is the Vancouver Association of the Deaf that founded the Western Institute for the Deaf so the WIDHH’s origins are within the British Columbia Deaf Community;
– Members of the B.C. Deaf Community are deaf and have experienced being deaf, and are very familiar with issues confronting the deaf;
– We-the Members of the B.C. Deaf Community- have seen the decay of the services for the deaf within the Province such as the provinical school for the deaf and the provincially contracted mental health programme;
– Too often programmes for the deaf decay whenever they are under the management of non-deaf persons, thus prolonging sufferings experiences by Members of the B.C. Deaf Community; and
– We are concerned about services for the Deaf, and seek to reverse the decaying trends.
THEREFORE, WE DEMAND THE FOLLOWING:
– Whenever a vacancy occurs in the position of the Executive Director of WIDHH, the position must be fulfilled by a culturally Deaf person;
– Whenever a vacancy occurs in the position of the Deptartment Head of Interpreting Services in WIDHH, the position must be fulfilled by a culturally Deaf person; and
– A screening and hiring committee composed of at least 51% culturally Deaf persons be supported by the Board for the sole purposes of informing Deaf communities across Canada, of determining qualifications, of screening and hiring.
WIDHH’s REPLY TO THE DEAF COMMUNITY VIA GVAD PRESIDENT, KIMBERLY WOOD:
Family Storytime in Sign Language and English at Burnaby Public Library
Join a Deaf storyteller and a children’s librarian for stories, rhymes and crafts presented in both American Sign Language and English. This is a free drop-in for children of all ages and abilities, together with a parent or caregiver. All families are welcome! Interpreters will be present.
Three Saturdays from 2:00 to 3:00 PM: January 13, February 10, and March 10
Tentative spring dates: April 14 and May 12
At Tommy Douglas Library in Burnaby: 7311 Kingsway, 604.522.3971
Presented by Burnaby Public Library in partnership with Family and Community Services and Provincial Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at the Ministry of Children and Family Development. For more information, e-mail Randi at the library (Randi.Robin@bpl.bc.ca) or Erin or Roger at Family and Community Services (Erin.Bentley@gov.bc.ca or Roger.Chan@gov.bc.ca).