Our programs focus on strengthening intact abilities and exploring new skills, interests and knowledge.
Volunteers, clients and staff work together to design and develop “aphasia-friendly”, communicatively accessible programs.
Recruiting for: Communication Program Volunteers: Volunteers help facilitate group conversation sessions with adults who have a communication disability as a result of stroke or brain injury. Volunteers are trained in using supportive communication strategies.
Number of positions: 20
Where positions are posted: Career Centre's online job posting system & March of Dimes Canada Website
Application method: Provide your email address to the representatives. This will be used to send interested students detailed information about volunteering and to set up telephone interviews.