Becoming an empty nester can be bittersweet. The kids are gone (or grown), but now you have the opportunity to get out, explore, and pursue hobbies and career ventures you couldn’t in the past. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of taking your therapy talents across the country but felt too insecure about uprooting your family and starting over. Now, you can exercise your passion to care for others wherever you feel, and you don’t even have to worry about signing a lease or putting money toward a short-term hotel stay. That’s because you and your partner or even best-friend can take the wide open road to your next travel therapy job and enjoy the journey in each other’s company. Here are a few reasons to consider investing in an RV for the rest of your career as a travel therapist: Convenience & Community Packing up and moving from place to place
If you’re a Speech and Language Pathologist looking for a change may consider a switch in your professional setting. The drive and compassion you put into every work day can help you feel the job satisfaction you’ve been craving for years. The opportunity for speech-language pathologists in outpatient settings is booming across the country. Read on to learn why you should consider this career: 1. It’s already a growing career If you’re interested in pursuing a career that’s projected to explode with job opportunities over the next decade, speech-language pathology is a route worth exploring. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunity for speech-language therapists is expected to grow 18 percent between 2016 and 2026, which is a rate that’s faster than the average for all occupations. This growth is expected because there’s a predicted need for care for aging baby boomers, the second-largest generation in the country.
So, you’re a traveling therapist who loves coffee. Here’s a list of our favorite spots where you can grab a cup of Joe and take-in the local culture from New York to Seattle. 1. Panther Coffee in Miami Nestled in the stylish and popular Wynwood neighborhood in Miami, Florida, Panther Coffee is just a 3.5 hour trip from Orlando but an experience unlike any other. Immerse yourself in the colorful and ever-changing Miami lifestyle while taking in all the sights of the city in the heart of this bustling art district. Here, only the finest coffees from around the world are sourced to guarantee each sip is as flavorful as the last. Great care and dedication is poured into every cup, creating a memorable and satisfying experience every time.
Now that summer’s here, it’s a great time to start thinking about where your next travel therapy adventure awaits. If you’re looking for a destination that lets you embrace Mother Nature, the Midwest has an abundance of kayak spots that encourage you to get outside and soak up the sun on your off days. As with any sort of activity, kayaking is a challenging recreational sport that can improve overall well-being. It also encourages self-dependence and allows you to become one with nature, which can induce mental clarity and wellness. No matter your reason for kayaking this summer, here are a few places to get out there if you’re headed to the Midwest for a travel therapy assignment: 1. Lower Wisconsin River Located in southwest Wisconsin, this river flows through Wisconsin to the Mississippi at 92 miles long. The river is wide and has various sandbars so you can take
Spring has officially sprung, which means you can head outside and spend more time enjoying the gorgeous weather, fresh greenery and other splendor Mother Nature has to offer. While many will escape to their backyards or neighborhood parks to enjoy the spring sunshine, travel therapists like you can pack up and head to a gorgeous location for an assignment with a spring festival nearby. Looking for a fun new destination to check out this season? Consider pursuing a job near one of these spring festivals happening in the country over the next few weeks: Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. In 1912, the mayor of Tokyo gifted Washington, D.C. 3,000 cherry trees as a symbol of friendship between Japan and the U.S., according to Arlington National Cemetery Tours. As a celebration of these floral tokens, Washington D.C. holds the National Cherry Blossom Festival every spring. This year, locals and travelers