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4215 Instructors Of Persons With Disabilities

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4215 - Instructors Of Persons With Disabilities

Instructors of persons with disabilities teach children and adults using a variety of techniques to facilitate communication, rehabilitation, social skills and increased independence. They are employed in rehabilitation centres, specialized educational institutes and throughout the school system.

  • Illustrative example(s)
    • braille instructor
    • instructor of persons with a mobility impairment
    • instructor of persons who are deaf
    • instructor of persons who are hard of hearing
    • instructor of persons with a learning disability
    • instructor of persons with a visual impairment
    • instructor of persons with special needs
    • lip-reading instructor
    • orientation and mobility instructor
    • sign language instructor
    • teacher for persons with intellectual disabilities
  • All examples
  • braille instructor
  • braille teacher
  • finger-spelling teacher
  • instructor of persons with a mobility impairment
  • instructor of persons who are blind
  • instructor of persons who are deaf
  • instructor of persons who are hard of hearing
  • instructor of persons with a learning disability
  • instructor of persons with a visual impairment
  • instructor of persons with developmental disabilities
  • instructor of persons with disabilities
  • instructor of persons with intellectual disabilities
  • instructor of persons with special needs
  • instructor, braille
  • instructor, orientation and mobility
  • instructor, orientation and mobility of persons who are blind
  • instructor, sign language
  • instructor, special programs for persons with disabilities
  • job coach for persons with disabilities
  • lip-reading instructor
  • lip-reading teacher
  • orientation and mobility instructor
  • orientation and mobility instructor for persons with a visual impairment
  • orientation and mobility teacher for persons who are blind
  • orientation and mobility teacher of persons with
    a visual impairment
  • rehabilitation instructor for persons who are blind
  • rehabilitation instructor of persons with a visual impairment
  • rehabilitation teacher
  • rehabilitation teacher for persons who are blind
  • rehabilitation teacher of persons with a visual impairment
  • sign language instructor
  • sign language teacher
  • special education technician - persons with disabilities
  • teacher for persons with autism
  • teacher for persons with intellectual disabilities
  • teacher of braille
  • teacher of persons who are blind
  • teacher of persons who are deaf
  • teacher of persons who are hard of hearing
  • teacher of persons who are hearing impaired
  • teacher of persons with a mobility impairment
  • teacher of persons with a visual impairment
  • teacher of persons with developmental disabilities
  • teacher, finger spelling
  • teacher, lip reading
  • teacher, rehabilitation
  • teacher, sign language
  • Exclusion(s)
    • Occupational therapy rehabilitation consultants (See 3143 Occupational therapists)
    • Special education technicians - social and community services (See 4212 Social and community service workers)
    • Special needs educational assistants (See 4413 Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants)
    • Special needs teachers - elementary school (See 4032 Elementary school and kindergarten teachers)
    • Special needs teachers - secondary school (See 4031 Secondary school teachers)
    • Speech and hearing therapists (See 3141 Audiologists and speech-language pathologists)
  • Main duties

Instructors of persons with disabilities perform some or all of the following duties:

  • Develop individualized education and intervention plans based on special needs of client to facilitate their readaptation and independence objectives
  • Assess individuals in areas such as physical limitations, orientation and mobility skills, and cognitive, social and emotional barriers to establish client rehabilitation or adaptation goals
  • Assist individuals with physical, intellectual, visual and hearing disabilities or multiple disorders to develop life skills and provide job training
  • Instruct individuals with disabilities and their families in the use of rehabilitative techniques, prosthetic devices, wheelchairs and other equipment designed to maximize clients' independence and potential
  • Instruct persons with a visual impairment in reading and writing braille and in the use of special equipment or supports such as human or animal guides, long canes and other adaptive mobility devices
  • Instruct persons who are hard of hearing or deaf in lip-reading, finger spelling and sign language according to individual communication needs
  • Instruct persons who are hard of hearing or deaf in the formation and development of sounds for speech using hearing aids, and other devices and techniques
  • Collaborate with specialists, such as rehabilitation counsellors, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists, to develop programs for clients' special needs
  • Employment requirements
    • Completion of a college program in special education, rehabilitation, orientation and mobility, visual impairment, hearing impairment or intellectual disability is required.
    • A bachelor's degree in special education or a related field such as social work or psychology may be required.

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