Developmental Services Professional Association Survey- ON-413

Desired discipline(s): Nursing, Life Sciences, Other, Social Sciences & Humanities, Social work
Company: OADD
Project Length: 6 months to 1 year
Preferred start date: As soon as possible.
Language requirement: English
Location(s): Toronto, ON, Canada
No. of positions: 1
Preferred institutions: Brock University, Queen's University, University of Waterloo, Western University

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About the company: 

The Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities OADD is a professional organization of people working and studying in the field of developmental disabilities, throughout Ontario. OADD’s members include: agencies and organizations, university and community college students and instructors, service provider direct care staff and managers, family support workers, case managers, psychologists, social workers and other dedicated individuals.

Please describe the project.: 

The Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities (OADD) is seeking proposals from invited consultant researchers for a Developmental Services Professional Association Survey. The survey is to be a short-term, time sensitive project led by the Developmental Services Special Interest Group (DSSIG) Task Group, a subgroup of OADD

Throughout the continent there are a number of special interest groups, colleges and other professional associations that happen to include Developmental Services Professionals. This project will focus on gauging the interest within the developmental services sector in Ontario to come together to form a group specific to Developmental Services Professionals. 

Required expertise/skills: 

Experience in surveying and working with the following groups: agencies and organizations, university and community college students and instructors, service provider direct care staff and managers, family support workers, case managers, psychologists and social workers.