Career Opportunities

The Khan Team is built on the experience and expertise of passionate people who will work for our clients and advocate for every child’s needs. It’s about supporting the journey of development through life. Interested in a career at Khan? Apply now!

Chatter™ Program Volunteer

Chatter™ is a group-therapy program for children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder and other social-communication delays. We invite students to volunteer as peer mentors to help participants develop their social, language, and communication skills.

Volunteers must be in junior high or high school, and must provide a police information check. Volunteers will be invited to attend a training program prior to being placed in a group.

Clinicians and assistants can apply!

If you are a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, psychologist, a mental health consultant or an assistant & interested in a career at Khan please use the contact form to send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you!


Khan Team Spotlight

Kathy Tyler

Learning Consultant

I believe we support student needs best by creating inclusive spaces for them

Kathy TylerLearning Consultant

Kathy Tyler started her career as a speech-language therapy assistant working in an Early Education programs for young students with severe communication disorders. During that time, she also worked for parents who had FSCD supports. These experiences inspired her to complete a degree in special education. Kathy taught students with complex needs in specialized classrooms, specifically with autism spectrum disorders, for 13 years. Recognizing a need for better support for children in the community, she pursued a Master's Degree in Special Education. Kathy believe that we support student needs best by creating inclusive spaces for them in their schools and in their community and by providing evidence-based support for their complex needs. Kathy is a senior leader and trainer for the Chatter social skills program.

As part of the multidisciplinary team at Khan, Kathy provides behavior support to families and school communities. In her role as a child development consultant, she views behavior as a function of a child's needs and a reflection of their abilities. She supports those closest to them with strategies to meet their specific needs. Kathy also supports families when their child has received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder by helping them navigate the procedures to accessing FSCD.

As a home education service coordinator, Kathy helps parents learn skills in the area of behavior, executive functioning and social communication. She also administers reading assessments and math assessments for children with delays, and guides parents with appropriate strategies that increase their child's learning and academic success.