Tera Tuten

As we all get used to this new normal, parents and teachers are faced with a question no one ever thought would need an answer. How do we keep our kids safe and practice social distancing while ensuring their education continues for the school year? So many parents are now juggling working from home and teaching their kids. And the reality is, those are the lucky ones because there are those who now find themselves looking for a job while trying to teach their kids. Whatever your situation, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! There are thousands of other parents in the same boat. To keep you from sinking, here are some resources we found online to help. 

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5 Reasons Students Love Teletherapy

by Tera Tuten on March 20, 2020

Beginning a teletherapy program for students can have a wonderful effect on the overall success of students, whether in a school-based therapy environment or when working with them outside the classroom. Parents and educators turn to teletherapy because of the success rates and flexibility it offers, but students have their reasons that they love teletherapy! [continue reading…]

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Schools Turn to Teleschool During COVID-19 Outbreak

by Tera Tuten on March 18, 2020

The United States is currently faced with the challenge of preventing the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) while simultaneously maintaining the daily function and operation of a variety of large-scale operations. Travelers have been warned to proceed with caution or postpone any trips. Those that work in a corporate setting have been granted permission to work remotely to avoid further spread of the virus. School districts across the country are turning to teleschool, an increasingly popular technology that connects students with teachers, therapists, and other education professionals remotely. 

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How Speech Therapy is Evolving

by Tera Tuten on February 27, 2020

SLPA helps with teletherapyThe future of speech therapy is changing rapidly, as a result of many Baby Boomer speech-language pathologists (SLPs) reaching retirement, with a decreased number of new graduates available to take those vacancies. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics says there will be a 27% increase in jobs available in the field in the decade between 2018 and 2028. This translates to more than 153,700 new jobs in the field, but with just a year before the decade of growth closes, many jobs remain unfilled. [continue reading…]

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VocoVision was recently ranked #2 on the Top 30 Companies Hiring For Part-Time Remote Jobs In 2019. Working a remote, part-time position can offer many benefits including flexibility, the comfort of working from your own home and more.

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Is a Work from Home Therapy Job Right for You?

by Tera Tuten on July 22, 2019

Work from home therapy is a growing niche of the therapy profession that is providing many opportunities for therapists who cannot or do not wish to work in a standard school or therapy practice setting. These jobs allow you to work in your area of expertise, helping those in need, even if you live in an area without typical therapy job opportunities. However, a work from home therapy job isn’t the best fit for everyone. There are a few things to consider before starting a job as a teletherapist.

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Top Traits it Takes to Be a Teletherapist

by Tera Tuten on May 29, 2019

Teletherapy is an up and coming option for many future and current therapists. While being a teletherapist may seem like a great alternative to a lot of people, it is not for everyone. The reality is that working at home means that certain traits will help you to be more successful. If you fall into these categories, then teletherapy may be for you! [continue reading…]

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