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Have you heard about teletherapy, but weren’t quite sure how it can fit into your career? Make a difference. Apply with us and see how easy it is to begin your journey as a teletherapist!
Therapy Through Technology
Advanced Medical is excited to be on the forefront of the changing therapy world with our exclusive Teletherapy positions. Using technology that everyone is already familiar with, you can provide expert SLP therapy to patients all across the nation — all without leaving your home. Sounds pretty amazing, right?
Teletherapy offers your unprecedented flexibility: work when you can, wherever you want.
Work From Home
You'll never have a quicker commute than the one from your bedroom to your computer.
Get Ahead of the Curve
Be part of the newest form of SLP therapy, and be ahead of the curve while everyone else runs to catch up.
Provide a valuable service to people who previously may not have had access to Speech Language Pathology.
Supervise Clinical Fellows
Do you enjoy providing mentorship and supervision to Clinical Fellows during their Clinical Fellowship? Why not do it through Telesupervision? The flexibility and opportunity offered through telesupervision means you can help new graduate SLP’s complete their Clinical Fellowship at your convenience.
Our Advanced Mentors are highly qualified and experienced travelers who are there to help you with invaluable clinical insight and all-around travel support. Every Advanced Mentor has been right where you are, so you'll never feel alone.
Meet the Advanced Mentors
Tracy J. Sippl, M.S., CCC-SLP is a licensed, experienced Speech/Language Pathologist - Teletherapist; and the owner of, Pediatric Communication Therapy, located in Seymour, WI. Tracy has joined Advanced team after 29 years of experience working with students in both rural and urban public schools. She has experience working with various types of communicative disorders: articulation, phonological, language, fluency, autism, learning disabilities, cognitive impairment, etc. Tracy has also supervised other SLPs onsite and teletherapists over the years. “I look forward to sharing my expertise and knowledge with clinicians beginning their careers as SLPs. Being a part of this fun and exciting time in their lives is an opportunity I cannot let pass by!”
Dawn Penrod, MS, CCC-SLP
Dawn has been working for Advanced since 2012. She has worked the past 35 years in almost all SLP settings from schools, to acute care, to SNF's, and is licensed in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, and North Dakota. Her husband of 35 years travels across the country with her and she has two wonderful adult children, a son in law and three grand dogs. Dawn loves to read and scrapbook when she has free time. She is looking forward using her wide ranging clinical skills to help mentor clinical fellows as they start their careers.
Barbara Jones, MS, CCC-SLP
Barbara Jones has joined the Advanced team after more than 20 years in the public schools, and 4 years as a graduate clinical instructor in the University setting. Having served in both rural and city public schools as a speech-language pathologist, Barbara is looking forward to mentoring new SLPs as they begin their careers. Her favorite areas are autism, social communication and literacy, but she is a fan of all areas of treatment in preschool and school aged populations. Her goal is to help starting clinicians to gain excellence and personal satisfaction in their chosen profession.
Heather Jeng, MS, CCC-SLP has practiced speech-language pathology for 10 years, with experience across the settings of public and private schools, pediatric outpatient, and skilled nursing facilities. Heather is passionate about incorporating clients' values and goals into their intervention for truly person-centered care, the intricate puzzle of translating research findings into real-world clinical care, and mentorship of early career professionals. Areas of clinical interest include high-functioning autism spectrum disorder, pragmatics, and vocabulary instruction. Her goal as a supervisor is to facilitate new clinicians' acquisition of expertise and confidence.
Leanne C. Turner, MA, CCC-SLP has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 20 years. She started out working in acute care hospitals, mostly with adults, then moved to a speech and hearing clinic where she continued to see adults but also provided services to toddlers and school-aged clients. She has been working in the schools for the past 10 years with the K-12 population. She currently provides tele-therapy to students in Arkansas, Alaska, and Ohio. She is also licensed in Colorado and Kentucky. Leanne has really enjoyed the versatility of work settings that the profession has provided. She has been fortunate to supervise Clinical Fellows in the past as well as graduate student clinicians and is excited to guide new clinicians in the field with Advanced.
Learn More About Teletherapy
What Is Teletherapy?
Teletherapy is the method of providing speech therapy through a live video connection, over the internet. Utilizing modern technology, Teletherapy allows speech-language pathologists to provide the same treatment as they would in person.
Experience all the benefits of a travel SLP position without the hassle of having to travel. SLP teletherapy "travel" jobs allow you to work from home and provide care remotely.
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