School Based Virtual SLP in Ohio

Remote in Cincinnati, OH Schools - SLP - Telespeech 04/03 Quick Apply

We connect schools with the highly qualified tele-practitioners like yourself. Our platform allows you to effectively treat, teach, assess, and encourage a single student, or an entire caseload. The flexibility of our platform allows seamless collaboration and servicing with other teachers and students at the school. You will have opportunities to work on a full-year, or short-term basis in a school district in central Ohio.

Job Description and Responsibilities:

  • Full-Time and part time available
  • Elementary High school caseload
  • Mild-moderate disabilities
  • Design and provide skilled intervention to address deficits in the areas of speech sound, fluency, voice or language that negatively impact the student s ability to participate in the classroom environment.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers regarding the effective implementation of IEP strategies, including reviewing lesson plans and co-teaching lessons.
  • Consult with school-based and special education staff to facilitate integration of speech-language goals, strategies and interventions into the classroom, home, and community.
  • Provide training to implement IEP strategies and assist teachers to make appropriate instructional modifications.
  • Support diverse learners through initial evaluations, diagnosis, and treat students with varying degrees of speech impairments.


  • Master s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology
  • ASHA certified, CCC-SLP
  • Ohio SLP Licensure
  • Ohio Teaching Certification

To be immediately considered for the position please email Ariel Louis a copy of your resume at [email protected] or call 770-691-6060.

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