Why Work with Us
Work a consistent schedule within the hours you want. We have a high demand for evenings & weekends and require a minimum of 24 visits (12 hours/week).
Work From Home
As a member of our provider network, our SLPs and SLPAs can work from anywhere in the world. Join our global team and work in the comfort of your own home.
Our paperless EMR system allows you to streamline your documentation. Our uniquely designed software lets you create your own activities to enhance your delivery of Evidence-Based Practice.
We provide comprehensive training of our system. You will be part of an elite group of professionals with expertise in multiple subject areas.
Our office staff will assist with scheduling issues. We have monthly team meetings to share ideas and improve our processes that you can join.
Diverse patient population with children from18 months through geriatrics treating Childhood Language Disorders, Cognitive-Communication Disorders, Autism, Aphasia, Voice and more!
Why Work With SLP-tele
How Tele-speech Works
Tele-health services are a unique and highly effective method of providing care for clients through technology. With SLP-tele, you’ll come to find a number of amazing benefits including:
Frequently Asked Questions
SLP-tele is a technology-centric company focused on enabling excellent clinical care by pushing the boundaries of technology. We are a perfect blend of Speech Language Pathologists and Programmers with a razor focus on developing innovative ways of providing speech therapy services. We serve clients who would otherwise not be receiving any services by connecting them with SLPs who have expertise in their unique area of need.
SLP-tele is one of the largest and fastest growing company in speech therapy. We are preferred providers for several insurance companies, medical groups, IPA’s and hospitals. SLPs are not required to generate any referrals. We currently have more referrals than SLPs and continue to recruit for SLPs on an ongoing basis.
Our contracts with SLPs do not have an expiration date unless negotiated otherwise. Once you sign a contract, you are considered a 1099 contractor until either party decides to end the contract within a 30-days notice.