Surrey Place offers unique student placements to future clinicians interested in working in the field of developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and blind low vision.
Students have the opportunity to work collaboratively with a variety of clinicians and engage with clients with a wide range of developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and blind low vision, as well as their families, caregivers, teachers and clinicians. Students are placed in one of our interdisciplinary age-based programs: Infancy and Early Childhood,Children and Youth and Adults
Surrey Place Student Placements
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- Applied Behaviour Analysis
- Behavioural Therapy
- Communicative Disorders Assistant
- Developmental Therapy (for Early Childhood Education students)
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Language Pathology
- Social Work
To whom do we provide placements?
Surrey Place is committed to providing excellent learning opportunities to students. We are a fully affiliated teaching environment of the University of Toronto and George Brown College and provide a variety of placements to students at York University, Ryerson University, Seneca College, Humber College, Durham College, St Lawrence College as well as other Colleges and Universities on an individual basis.
How to Apply
I am a student and I want to apply for a placement?
If you are interested in a placement at Surrey Place, please have the placement coordinator at your academic institution contact our Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am an academic placement coordinator and I have a student who wishes to apply
If you have a student who is interested in a placement at Surrey Place, please send the student’s resume, the completed top portion (student information) of the Surrey Place Student Authorization Form and the placement they are interested in to our Education Coordinator at email@example.com
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