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Volunteer Needed for Early Special Education Class
ORGANIZATION: Children's Therapy Center
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Special Education Class Support Volunteer
About the Group:
Building Bridges is CTC Early Supports for Infants and Toddler Special Education Class that helps
children ages 2-3 years old who might be Autistic, might have sensory processing needs, or need
extra support in adult lead activities. Each Building Bridges class has 4 children enrolled. A
combination of Special Educator, a therapist (Speech and Language Pathologist or Occupational
Therapist), and/or a Program Assistant and a parent/guardian of the child are present in class at all times.
Building Bridges activities are similar to other toddler preschool and playgroup settings.
As a Building Bridges Class Support Volunteer you will help with room set-up, clean-up, gathering
materials and play a special role in encouraging/modeling skills for program participants. In
partnership with the class Special Educators and/or Program Assistants, volunteers help create a
safe, supportive and fun environment for children to learn important skills and reach development
goals through practice and observing others. During classes there are many opportunities to observe
and learn about the various techniques, tools, materials and equipment used in pediatric therapy and
special education settings.
* Weekly, on Tuesdays from 10:30-1:00
* For 8 weeks
* Address: Children’s Therapy Center, 29020 216th Ave SE, Black Diamond, WA 98010
* Rooms: Classroom
Volunteering is a great way to improve your overall wellness, increase happiness, reduce stress, and
feel a sense of purpose and connection!
* Volunteering can help you meet people, build relationships and increase social skills- At
CTC, we invite you to join other volunteers and staff at special events, celebrations and
* Volunteering can help you feel a sense of belonging in your community- At CTC, you are
a valued member and partner of a diverse, talented and caring team.
* Volunteering can help you learn new skills, gain experience and valuable knowledge- At
CTC, you can learn from field experts/skilled staff and increase exposure to pediatric therapy
practices, equipment, tools and strategies.
* Volunteering can help you take on a challenge and gain confidence. At CTC, you can try
something new/different, achieve personal goals, utilize your skills, and discover hidden
* Have fun and make an impact in your community! CTC Volunteers help make a difference
in the lives of children and families.
* Greet and welcome families as they arrive
* Play, sing and have fun; while modeling skills for program participants with positivity,
encouragement and support
* Help Special Educator and/or Program Assistants with room setup/cleanup such as;
moving tables/chairs/therapy equipment, gathering supplies, disinfecting materials
* Help Special Educator and/or Program Assistants with project or activity setup/cleanup
such as; arts/crafts, gross motor activities, sensory bins, music, etc.
* Cooperate and partner; by communicating, being open to feedback or redirection, working
within the scope of volunteer service and asking questions or for help when needed.
* Follow all state mandated COVID-19 measures and all CTC/Volunteer policies and
* Be compassionate, caring and respectful to the needs of all program participants and their
* Embrace and be in alignment with CTC’s mission and values
* Strong communication and interpersonal skills
* Experience working with youth, an interest in child development, individuals with special
needs and developmental delays (preferred)
* Enjoy participating and interacting in diverse environments and with diverse communities
* Volunteers having direct contact with children and families are required to complete a
* All volunteers providing service in-person either within CTC facilities or in the community as a
representative of CTC, must provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination and follow all state
mandated COVID-19 measures
* Must be at least 16 years old and if a minor, signed parental consent is required
* Participate in orientation and training related to the volunteer role/assignment
* Consent and agree to CTC and volunteer program policies, procedures and practices
* Assignment Lead (Special Educator or Program Assistant)
* Volunteer Manager
This is an unpaid, volunteer position
Children’s Therapy Center seeks to reflect the diversity of our communities. We believe every
employee, volunteer and guest/visitor has the right to equal opportunity in all aspects of our
relationship including consideration for employment or volunteerism without regard to race,
color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran
status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, genetic information, or
the use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a disabled person.
- 10:30 AM to 01:00 PM
- NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
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About Children's Therapy Center
10811 Kent Kangley Rd., Kent, WA 98031, US
At Children’s Therapy Center, we are on a mission to maximize the potential of children with special needs. We provide individualized, family-centered therapy including early intervention services, early childhood special education, physical, occupational and speech therapy. In partnership with parents and caregivers, we celebrate where each child is today and work toward who they can become.
In 1979, three therapists passionately devoted to serving children with special needs came together to form Children’s Therapy Center. What started as a small program based in the waiting room of a doctor’s office has grown to become the most comprehensive nonprofit pediatric therapy center in Washington, serving over 3,000 children every year.
From the beginning, our goal has been to provide quality therapeutic services designed to empower children with special needs and their families. Our founders - Sue Hudson, Nancy Hylton and Gay Lloyd Pinder - created a program of quality, individualized physical, occupational, and speech therapy, with a strong emphasis on parent involvement.
Our goal is to help every child achieve maximum independence so they can experience the same opportunities and quality of life as other children. Our approach has always been family-focused. It is ultimately through the efforts of parents and other caregivers that a child is able to reach their full potential.
Multiple locations Kent, WA 98030
February 28, 2023
- Child Development
- Special Needs
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- • Weekly, on Tuesdays from 10:30-1:00 • For 8 weeks
- Covid-19 Vaccination Documentation