Intervenors are trained professionals who work with individuals who are deafblind. A career in intervenor services is an incredibly exciting one, full of opportunities for personal and professional growth. Intervenors are passionate about the work they do, enjoy a challenge, are open-minded and embrace change, and are lifelong learners. Career opportunities for intervenors exist in educational programs, in community settings, in specialized residential programs, and directly with families and individuals who are deafblind. If you are interested in a career in intervenor services, visit the following links for up-to-date job postings and careers information. Be sure to like the IOO on Facebook for more up-to-date job postings:

Canadian Deafblind Association Ontario Chapter:

 Canadian Deafblind Association National:


Deafblind Ontario Services:

Ontario Ministry of Education: Provincial Schools Branch (W Ross Macdonald School):