If you have children, have you considered that taking on travel therapist jobs might be great for them? Many physical, occupational and speech therapists have families. Many also might think that taking on a travel therapist job could be a bad decision as they assume they’ll need to leave their spouse and children behind while ….
Therapists with families often deny themselves the prospect of considering travel as a key component of their careers. Given the demands of family life, spending time potentially months at a time away from the nest is just not something they can consider. However, careful planning and the right travel agency can make this a viable ….
As a traveling therapist you should expect to find different hospitals and healthcare facilities you work for have their own protocols. That is to be expected. We highly recommend that you become familiar with a facility’s procedures and technology when reporting there for the first time. No two facilities are exactly alike, even though you ….
Be prepared for an overload of information when searching the Internet for information on travel companies serving physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists. It isn’t a question of whether you’ll find the needed information, but how to determine the legitimate firms from the fly-by-night entities. Sifting through the myriad of services is less burdensome ….
Travel and medical careers are two terms not often associated with each other. But the high demand for traveling occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech therapists and the like means that those with wanderlust can have the best of both worlds. But that doesn’t mean you need to take a crash course to become a travel ….
Once you’ve received your travel rehab therapy assignment, you’ll need to start preparing to get there. Most travel therapists get to their assignments by car, so you’ll need to take everything you need in your vehicle (although you can ship a few larger items ahead). Naturally, the length of your assignment will dictate how many ….
If you’re thinking of working as a traveling speech, physical or occupational therapist, you’re probably thinking of how great it could be to travel around the country. But you also might want to consider the potential tax benefits of work as a traveling rehab therapist. You may see a significant tax advantage when you work ….
Therapists with an urge to travel can have their cake and eat it too. And they can have it for brief stretches or for months at a time. You’ll be working hard, but you’ll be doing so in parts of the country you possibly only once dreamed of visiting. What is the appeal? First of ….
You undoubtedly became a therapist because you love the work. Good for you! Unfortunately there comes a time when even the best of jobs can be stressful and lose much of the appeal they once held. However there is hope consider becoming a traveling therapist. The good news for occupational, physical and speech therapists is ….
Working as a travel therapist (OT, PT or speech) can be an absolutely terrific phase of your career. Naturally, not everything about being a travel therapist is terrific. Here are some of the less-than stellar aspects of working as a travel therapist: Of course, one of the best benefits to working as a traveling therapist ….
If you’ve ever had the desire to travel to different parts of the country using your physical, occupational or rehabilitation skills in facilities where they’re needed most, consider working as a travel therapist. The benefits of doing so are many. Here are just a few: You’ll more than likely make more money. The hourly wages ….