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Telehealth Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) in New Mexico
Telehealth Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) in New Mexico
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Telehealth Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) in New MexicoApply
Are you an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) searching for an engaging remote role? Look no further – we have an incredible opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact from the comfort of your home!
Position: Remote SLP – School
Position Types: SLP – Teletherapy, SLP – Pediatrics, SLP – CCC
Location: New Mexico (Remote)
Job Type: Full-Time (37.5 hours per week) – May consider part-time (minimum 3 days)
Client Relationship: Established VOCO Client
Why Choose Us?
- Remote Flexibility: Enjoy the convenience of remote work while supporting New Mexico students.
- Varied SLP Roles: Teletherapy, Pediatrics, CCC – Select the area that suits your expertise.
- Rapid Interview and Onboarding: Experience an efficient process from interview to start date.
- Contractor Satisfaction: Like-minded professionals have found success and happiness working with this district.
- Therapeutic Services: Deliver virtual speech therapy sessions to students.
- Pediatric Focus: Provide comprehensive speech-language support to pediatric patients.
- Collaboration: Engage with educators, parents, and colleagues for holistic student support.
- SLP License: Possess an active and valid Speech-Language Pathologist license.
- Experience: Demonstrated proficiency in school-based or pediatric SLP roles.
Benefits and Opportunities:
- Flexible Hours: We offer a flexible work schedule to accommodate your needs
- Professional Growth: Access to professional development opportunities to enhance your skills
- Support: Receive advisory support to assist you in your role
- Renewal: Option for renewal for the following school years
- Competitive Pay: Compensation is competitive and negotiable
- Statewide Opportunities: Explore possibilities beyond the district
- Liability Insurance: Coverage for your peace of mind
- Tax Information: Information on 1099 tax filing provided
- Remote Convenience: Work from your chosen location while serving New Mexico students.
- Efficient Onboarding: Start making a positive impact swiftly with our streamlined process.
National Recruiting Advisor
Many people are surprised to learn that there are many work-from-home jobs in education. If you’re a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, special education teacher, school psychologist, school social worker, sign language interpreter, teacher of students with visual impairments, or general education teacher, you can reach the students who need you the most, wherever they are, from the comfort of your own home.
If you’re interested in work from home jobs for teachers or other school-based professions, Blazer Jobs can help you find exciting and fulfilling teletherapy jobs across the country.
Teletherapist Job Responsibilities
Work-from-home jobs have different responsibilities, depending on the role of the professional. Each profession must meet the same on-site professional standards and requirements when working remotely. Part of this depends on creating a suitable work environment at home and getting into the right mindset.
When working remotely, you need to set up a professional workspace, ideally in an isolated area devoted specifically to work. Time management is key for success, and you must be very careful to meet all the same professional standards that you would while working on-site.
Here are some of the specific teletherapy job requirements for different work-from-home jobs:
Online speech-language pathologist
Virtual SLP jobs require the teletherapist to treat and assess the same conditions as on-site but in an online setting. They work one-on-one remotely with students dealing with apraxia, developmental disabilities, language impairments, processing disorders, autism, and fluency disorders.
Online occupational therapist
Online occupational therapy usually involves a combination of manipulatives and other games and equipment in the student’s school with a face-to-face virtual session. The therapist engages with the student virtually and instructs them on how to use the manipulatives. An aide or OT assistant may be with the student during the online sessions at the school.
Online physical therapist
Virtual physical therapist responsibilities in schools often involve on-screen assessments and exercise instruction via video. The physical therapist may do live synchronous sessions combined with asynchronous video activities for students to complete within the school environment or to work on at home.
Online special education teacher
Work from home jobs for teachers are possible for those in special education, too. Remote special ed teachers do the same thing they do in the classroom using videoconferencing and other equipment, allowing them to provide exceptional instruction to their students. Teletherapy also allows teachers to spend more one-on-one time with students when necessary.
Online school psychologist
When working remotely, school psychologists use virtual communication to work with students one-on-one and provide group therapy when needed. They may also participate in online meetings with parents, guardians, and teachers. Sometimes, school psychologists work with students in a single school, while other times they work with students of all ages from multiple schools in a district.
Online school social worker
Social work teletherapy works similarly to in-person services. Using online meetings, social workers help students in many ways, including assessing students’ needs and putting together intervention plans, creating behavioral goals, responding to crises, and monitoring progress.
Online sign language interpreter
Sign language interpreters help students who are deaf or hard of hearing understand what their teachers and peers are saying in class. They can work with students one-on-one or in group settings, though they usually only work with a maximum of two students at once to ensure accurate interpretation and availability. When doing this job remotely, the interpreter uses a computer or other mobile device to observe the student and the classroom simultaneously and get the necessary information right from the teacher to ensure the student has everything they need to succeed.
Online Teacher of students with visual impairments
Work-from-home jobs for teachers of visually impaired students are surprisingly similar to the work they do in the classroom. These teachers help classroom teachers adapt the curriculum as needed to make the information more accessible for blind students and meet with families, educators, and administrators to offer training and support. Teachers of students with visual impairments can also successfully teach braille online and use many other tools to help students adapt to their learning environment.
Online general education teacher
General education teachers teach from work-from-home jobs just as they do in the classroom, reaching out to groups of students using online conferencing apps and doing smaller one-on-one sessions as needed. In this role, teachers use a variety of materials and activities to engage students in online learning, including apps, videos, games, and small group sessions.
Teletherapy Job Requirements
Teletherapy job requirements vary from one specialty to another, but they are usually the same as what they would need to meet to work on-site. That said, some states may have specific qualifications.
Professionals doing teletherapy jobs also need a computer, headset, and reliable and fast internet connection to ensure they can perform their responsibilities effectively and without interruption.
Interested in how you can create the ideal career working from home? Check out our teletherapy jobs in states nationwide.