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Skill Development

Adapting Arts, Sports, and Recreational Activities

You’ll learn to:
  • Coordinate, facilitate, and evaluate recreational, leisure, and self-expressive activities and interventions for participants in a barrier-free environment
  • Assist participants in the development of gross and fine motor skills
  • Provide inclusive sports and recreational activities for a wide range of different diagnoses

Developing Wellness & Rehab Science Skills

You’ll learn to:
  • Implement a variety of therapeutic interventions
  • Help participants practice activities of daily living across the lifespan
  • Utilize adaptive technologies, including: mobility, communication, and support tools
  • Interact with participants’ families, support staff, and medical professionals across the continuum of care

Educational Practices

You’ll learn to:
  • Perfect your group management, instructional, and intervention skills while working in large-group, small-group, and one-to-one settings
  • Practice differentiated instruction for a variety of participant age groups
  • Work directly with IEPs, ISPs, behavioral plans, therapeutic support staff, and personal care aids

Healthcare Experience

You’ll learn to:
  • Practice direct personal care with a licensed RN
  • Check and distribute medications, practice interview skills, and engage in brief physical examinations under RN supervision
  • Familiarize yourself with varying medications, primary and secondary diagnoses, diabetes management, wound care, and other medical conditions and clinical practices

Staff Testimonials

Meet our participants and staff up close, and come for a visit to our campus in suburban Wexford!

To apply for employment, please submit your resume and completed application to:

Melissa Pavlowsky
Talent Recruitment & Development Specialist