If you’re looking for your next position or considering a career as a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), look at our current independent contractor openings. To learn more before diving in, find out how SLP Casey Murray jump-started her journey by engaging with Pediatric Therapeutic Services (PTS).
Casey Provides SLP Therapy & Supports Students With Autism Using ACC Devices
As a school-based SLP who engages with PTS, Casey collaborates with all the therapists at her school to support each student in a holistic way. Along with that, she:
- Completes therapy evaluations
- Does case management for speech or language impairment
- Conducts language and articulation fluency therapy sessions
So far, her most rewarding experience has been working with Autistic children using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices that facilitate communication and enhance learning.
PTS helped Casey access training on AAC devices
Before Casey could use the AAC Devices in her therapy sessions, however, she needed to complete an additional certification. Her school’s Clinical Director gave her access to the support and guidance she needed to complete the necessary education credits.
By engaging with PTS, Casey was able to pursue her passion. Today, she says the most inspirational part of her career has been seeing the progress of the children and the staff that work with these devices.
Engage With PTS Alongside Other Passionate SLPs Like Casey
At PTS, the school-based therapists we engage with are learners committed to empowering students throughout their educational journeys and beyond. If you want an individualized school placement and ongoing access to support as an SLP, we want to hear from you.
Contact PTS to learn more about open independent contracting opportunities today!