As a teletherapy service provider, you understand the importance of efficiently reaching as many students as possible. We consider how your unique skillset as a bilingual professional can best support districts nationwide through virtual instruction.
At Bilingual Therapies, we embrace the exciting and compelling power of teletherapy, and the positive impact it has on students. Some students are isolated geographically, cannot easily travel far or face challenges attending school due to social inequities. We believe that those students – and you – can be vital members of our community, one that cares for and accepts all.
Teletherapists have a diverse set of responsibilities, depending on the service provided. Some of the positions we can match candidates to include occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists and school psychologists. Each position has its own duties, but they all involve delivering services remotely with an Internet-enabled device. Teletherapy has proven to be an effective delivery of service in many fields, and many bilingual teletherapists thrive in the flexible and dynamic ways they can deliver sessions. Bilingual teletherapists, as well as monolingual practitioners, can turn to us. We have the expertise and support you can count on with this remote work approach.
The requirements for teletherapy positions are often identical to the corresponding in-person job. For example, OTs need to have the same educational background and certification to provide services to students. SLPs, SLIs, and school psychologists all need to be adequately trained, with the appropriate credentials. Other requirements for teletherapy are a firm grasp of technology, access to suitable devices and a willingness to deliver services remotely as effectively as possible.
Teletherapy Salary and Job Outlook
Teletherapy salaries have a wide range, as the positions themselves dictate the precise salary. Frequently, the salary of a teletherapy provider is similar to an in-person practitioner. There are also fewer expenses, such as travel, gas and other commuting costs. The job outlook for teletherapy seems robust across many of the fields Bilingual Therapies covers. Because more and more people see the convenience and efficiency of remote interaction, we anticipate a steady increase in teletherapy growth.
Teletherapy combines the joy and self-fulfillment of helping others with the freedom you deserve. Working from home can unlock inner happiness, as you can take care of your mind and body while still providing exceptional services. At Bilingual Therapies, we are passionate about advocating for and supporting our community. More than a professional relationship, we see you as our family. No matter your background, we welcome diversity and different voices. Look through our teletherapy jobs to find the perfect match for your skills today, and allow us to help you reach your full potential.Read Less
Work From Home - New Mexico SLP Position
An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Work From Home - New Mexico SLP Position
Bilingual Therapies is always looking for professionals looking to work in a school setting. We work with school districts across the United States and are looking to place you in a position and community you want to serve!
Currently we are looking for a Virtual Speech Language Pathologist in New Mexico!
The Speech-Language Pathologist identifies students with speech and/or language impairments, diagnoses and assesses specific speech impairments, provides speech and language services to qualified students, and consults with parents and teachers regarding students’ speech and language needs.
• Function as a collaborative member of the resource team; attend team meetings and IEP meetings.
• Administer appropriate tests to assess students’ communicative strengths and limitations.
• Keep current with instruments used for assessing communication skills.
• Provide feedback directly to appropriate team members concerning referrals, testing results and recommendations for programming.
• Assist the team in discussing, developing and implementing IEP’s for students with disabilities.
• Design and implement intervention programs based on the annual goals and short-term objectives of the IEP.
• Maintain records and required information in student files, including services and progress monitoring.
• Develop current lesson plans and update logs for each student enrolled in the program.
• Collect data on individual therapy tasks and make programming decisions based on data obtained
- Licensure is required of all Speech-Language Pathologists in the State
- Eligibility for Licensure
- Master’s Degree
- National Examination in Speech-Language Pathology