Tag: "Speech Language Pathologists"

why do you want to be travel therapist
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Travel Physical Therapy Career Guide: Step 1 – Know what you are looking for.

Before you start out in your travel therapy career you need to evaluate exactly why you want to travel and what you hope to get out of it. Do you want to make more money? Are you trying to gain more experience to start your own practice someday? Do you want to broaden the kind [...]

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your travel therapy career guide
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Your Travel Therapy Career Guide: Step-by-Step

Have you ever wondered how you even get started down taking a travel therapy job? Or how to choose a Recruiter? Or how Per Diem works?  If so, then be sure to read an extensive series of posts we will soon be starting called “Your Travel Therapy Career Guide: Step-by-Step” that will take you through a [...]

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travel slp job
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Featured Travel SLP Job in Florida

Florida – Speech Therapy Traveler needed for this 13 week travel assignment. Great benefits and pay with one of the best travel therapy (rehab) agencies. While on assignment visit Ft Meyers, Orlando, Gainesville, St. Petersburg, Daytona Beach, Cape Cora, Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, Hialeah and Key West. Enjoy this sunshine state and the beaches at the [...]

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Looking for love in all the right places.

Single and loving it or single and hating it? It’s safe to assume most of us who are single would fall into either category. I would say it all depends on your priorities and what you want to accomplish with your time on this planet. Some of you may be jaded with the idea of [...]

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Great tool for Speech Language Pathlogists

Here is a cool tool created by Eric Sailers at his Speech Language Pathology Sharing blog. It uses the new Harry Potter as part of an educational program for students with special needs. Check it out. harry_potter

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Senior and physical therapist Clowning Around
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Why should you work in a skilled nursing facility?

There are a lot of PT, PTA, OT, COTA and SLP short-term jobs in skilled nursing facility (nursing home) settings and they provide a unique set of benefits that you may not see at some of the other settings for rehab and therapist careers, settings like the acute care/hospital setting, outpatient setting, home health and [...]

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