Life Skills Program and Autism Intervention

Delta Continuing Education is funded by the Ministry of Children & Family Development and Community Living BC to provide skilled staff to support children and adults with developmental disabilities one-to-one and in group settings. Life skills staff support the individual goals of participants related to the development of community awareness and recreation skills, social skills, and life skills.
Delta Continuing Education provides intervention staff to work with children diagnosed with ASD by contracting directly with families who wish to use their Autism funding. Our staff will work with you and/or your team to facilitate the goals outlined in your behaviour support plan.
Employment Opportunities
The Life Skills Program offers part-time employment supporting children and adults with developmental disabilities in Delta.  The hours are flexible with an average of 16 hours per month.  Activities and skills taught are based on individual support needs.  Applicants must be at least 19 years of age and have a valid driver’s license, current first aid certification, and experience supporting people with developmental disabilities.  Knowledge of a second language, including ASL, is an asset.  Males are encouraged to apply.  To apply, submit your resume to Marilyn Neufeld, Program Coordinator, at or to 4750 – 57th Street, Delta, B.C. V4K 3C9.