Teletherapy Jobs

Your passion for helping children makes you a great educator. But ProCare Therapy knows that’s not the only passion you have. A school teletherapy job with ProCare Therapy is the perfect way to pursue all of your passions. You will be able to make a big impact on the lives of students around the country while maintaining the freedom to do all of the other things important in your life.

Teletherapy is not only beneficial to you, but also to the children you serve. Some children live in more remote areas of the country where therapy and specialized help is hard to come by. Teletherapy can break down these physical barriers and help children in need anywhere and at any time. Additionally, with the rise of technology, teletherapy jobs are becoming more commonplace.

Teletherapist Responsibilities

ATeletherapists typically have the same duties that they would have if they were practicing in person. ProCare is currently placing the following specialties and disciplines:

  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Sign Language Interpreters
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Teachers of the Visually-Impaired
  • Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
  • School Psychologists
  • Social Workers

If you still have questions about working as a teletherapist, don’t hesitate to contact us. Start your new career today and spend more time with family and friends, go back to school, earn extra income with a second job or just gain relief in knowing that you won’t have to commute back-and-forth to work every day. Plus, we offer flexible schedules, competitive salaries, and excellent benefits. Apply for one of our exciting speech teletherapy jobs today!

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SLP job in Washington via teletherapy - School Teletherapist SLP job in WA

  • Washington, Washington
  • Schools - SLP - Telespeech
  • 4/2/2020

School in Washington seeking a Speech Language Pathologist via teletherapy. This teletherapy job in WA is available starting within 2 weeks. The ideal SLP candidate will enjoy working from home and will be dependable. This Speech Pathologist will provide speech services from home while students are in a school setting. Enjoy working remotely during school hours for this school district.

Job details:

  • K-12th caseload
  • Full-time hours, approximately 35 hours, up to 40 per week
  • Interviewing now

If interested in this teletherapist position, contact Erika York this week to discuss caseload information and arrange a phone interview with the director. A Washington state license and teaching certification are both required as well as a Masters level degree in Speech and Communication Disorders. This Speech Pathologist should have a laptop or desktop computer with WebCam and high Internet speeds to perform services.

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Call or text 770-723-3772 to apply.


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