A therapy program is filling a position for a Remote California Licensed Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher. Core Responsibilities of this position include: Teaching core curriculum to students. Developing lesson plans.
Must be able to: Provide clients with solid and reliant therapy. Complete any other assigned tasks. Qualifications Include: Strong computer skills along with critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Positive, energetic work ethic, and self-motivated. Must be licensed in California.
A company providing teletherapy services has a current position open for a Virtual Speech Language Pathologist in Lincoln. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Diagnosing students with a wide variety of impairments. Providing therapy for 30 to 40 students Monitoring and reporting
A company that offers online therapy services is filling a position for a Remote School Speech Language Pathologist in Burbank. Core Responsibilities Include: Attending IEP meetings (remotely) as necessary Providing therapy for caseloads ranging from 30 to 40 students on average Assessing and
A company that offers online therapy services is seeking a Telecommute School Psychologist in Redding. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Providing evaluations 90% of the time, therapy 10% of the time Providing evaluations for behavioral caseloads ranging from 30 to 40
A company that offers online therapy services is filling a position for a Telecommute School Speech Language Pathologist in Orinda. Core Responsibilities Include: Attending IEP meetings (remotely) as necessary Providing therapy for caseloads ranging from 30 to 40 students on average Assessing
A healthcare outsourcing solutions provider is searching for a person to fill their position for a Telecommute Outpatient Coding Specialist. Must be able to: Review patient records and accurately assign appropriate APC or CPT-4 codes Maintain AHIMA coding standards for
Position Requirements Include: Certified by the Board of Nursing and has an active California license to practice. Minimum of 5 years primary care and comfortable with differential diagnosis. A caring and compassionate person who loves helping others.
Communicating progress to students, parents and school officials. Position Requirements Include: Master’s Level Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Licensed and Certified through the State Board. Must have or be willing to obtain a license in CALIFORNIA.
Provide speech language therapy. Work with an elementary or high school caseload. Provide direct services and IEP's. Qualifications Include: California SLP License or CTC Credential. Prior school experience. Strong communication skills.