E-Learning Teacher for the Visually Impaired

  • Stockton, CA
  • Schools - Visually Impaired Teacher - Telehealth
  • 3 days ago

We’ve seen firsthand that teletherapy and e-learning play a key role in improving equity and access in education. ProCare’s online jobs offer more flexibility and greater possibilities for teachers nationwide.

When you partner with us, you get access to some of the country’s best work-from-home opportunities. You will also discover that as a teletherapist you are better able to balance between your work schedule and day-to-day life. Most importantly, you're able to change the lives of your students, regardless of your location or theirs.

If you are interested in hearing more about how working from home in schools with us as a Visually Impaired teacher in CA can change your life, please see details below or email [email protected]

We require active TVI credentials in CA, 2 years of teaching experience, and teletherapy experience of all applicants. This is a role with flexible scheduling divided between 3 teachers for the district, but does require full-time availability. In a remote capacity, this TVI would assist with ALL admin work, attend IEP's, serve as consultant to school staff and free up onsite TVI staff's ability to complete assessments.


  • Must be CA licensed Teacher for the Visually Impaired
  • Master's Degree
  • 2 years of experience
  • 1099 contracts - Liability Insurance required upon start of assignment
  • Competitive hourly rates - 35-55 hourly pending experience/education
  • Access to technical team
  • Access to clinical team
  • Access to digital library, toolkit, resources, scheduling

If you wish to be immediately considered, please submit a copy of your resume to me directly. Once I receive, I will be in contact with you to get your availability for a phone interview with the school district. 

Rachael Nintzel
Senior Director of Virtual Education Resources
ProCare Therapy 
(678) 748-5316
[email protected]


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