You Choose Where You Work
Whether you're a SLP, OT, or School Psychologist, school-based therapy jobs offer a lot of flexibility. You can choose where you want to work and live. Elementary, middle and high school systems across the country need qualified therapy professionals.
Allied travelers have plenty of assignment opportunities in acute care settings. Acute care employs a variety of disciplines; from medical technologists to respiratory therapists and CT technologists. The acute care setting provides lucrative allied health travel jobs for many allied healthcare professionals.
Home health therapists are in high demand, and workforce projections show even more growth in this career field over the next decade. Physical therapy and occupational therapy are both commonly found in home health setting, as professionals in these disciplines work with individuals recovering and/or adapting to injuries or disabling conditions.
Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care
Allied healthcare professionals often find assignments in skilled nursing facilities and long-term care. Skilled nursing settings are the most common workplaces for speech-language pathologists and physical therapy disciplines. Amongst other disciplines, many occupational therapists work in other skilled facilities like rehabilitation clinics and long-term care.
Offices and Clinics
A variety of allied travelers, including therapists, imaging technicians, lab technicians, etc., can also find temporary assignments in physician offices and outpatient clinics. Speech, occupational and physical therapy professionals often work in the clinic setting with patients who are dealing with a chronic impairment or recovering from an injury, stroke or other major health event.