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Are you hiring or recruiting a Special Care Counsellor?
Here's what you need to know.

What is a Special Care Counsellor?

Special Care Counsellors (SCCs) are professionals who work with people or groups of people of all ages who may have various special needs or circumstances. SCCs work in the field of mental health, in the health and social services sector, in community organisations and in schools. They work to help assess the needs of the individual(s), develop and apply an intervention plan and will intervene according to their specific needs. 

SCCs work to help people by improving their skills, promote their independence and improve their overall quality of life.

What does a Special Care Counsellor do?

  • They observe and evaluate the areas of need, the skills, the lifestyle and the behaviours demonstrated by the person.
  • They develop and establish an intervention plan according to the needs of the person or group.
  • They collect data and keep the person's file up to date by writing up progress notess.
The Special Care Counselling profession is well structured. The SCC has an obligation to draft an intervention plan for each client as part of a planned intervention process. In addition, all SCCs that are members of the QASCC must adhere to a Code of Conduct.

Are you Hiring?
Stand Out!

Reach a vast community of Special Care Counsellors looking for employment by posting your offer on our website. The QASCC only publishes job offers for Special Care Counsellors.

Posting a job offer is free for corporate / organisation members and partners of the QASCC.

For non-member organizations, the rate is 150$. The duration of the posting is 30 days.

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Whether you would like to hire one or more Special Care Counsellors,

the QASCC can help you identify your needs with tailored trainings for employers.

Contact us to know more about our customized trainings.