Kids Creative Therapy is a private Occupational Therapy company which is committed to improving the quality of life for each client and family we serve. 

We value work-life balance and we empower the personal and professional development of each of our team members. We support ongoing education, encourage service provision innovation and believe that every member of our team is a vital part of our organization’s success.

We provide support to children and families with a variety of strengths, interests and diagnoses, including sensory processing challenges, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Down Syndrome, learning disabilities, developmental coordination disorder and developmental delays. Our work environment includes home and school-based consultations, as well as practice-based treatment sessions.
We are passionate about helping families and their children to reach their full potential. We believe play, motivation and self-esteem are important cornerstones for children to be their best selves; we regard the family as the center in the child’s world. We believe that shared knowledge between colleagues and clients is important for equipping and empowering clients and their families. We believe in respecting the child and family; our approach and treatment are reflective of such. 

We are committed to providing the highest quality of care by staying current with professional development and investing in resources. We see and respect children as diverse; we advocate for their best interests in the community.

If these values align with yours and you want to use your clinical skills in order to become an imperative part of each child and family's journey, the team at Kids Creative Therapy welcomes you to consider this role.

Additional requirements include:
– Registered Speech-Language Pathologist 
– Minimum two years of pediatric experience
– Post-graduate training in pediatrics
– Enrollment on the Registry for Autism Service Providers (RASP)

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