Not sure where to travel next? These locations make for a great fall and winter combo experience. Western/Central Colorado
It’s a well-debated topic regarding travel therapy—what point in your career is the best time for it? We know in reality it comes down to personal choice, but looking at the different travelers we’ve worked with over the past 16 years, we can confidently say that any point in a therapy career can be a
Hooray! We’re only 11 weeks out from the official start of the fall season! While that may seem like a long way out, it’s not a bad idea to start talking to your recruiter about fall contracts. Actually, it’s incredibly important if you’re set on states that have longer lead times for licensing. Some states take
Debt is a topic that comes up frequently when we speak with therapy students and recent graduates about travel therapy. Inquiries about student loan forgiveness programs have increased, and the unanimously passed RC 11-16 motion spearheaded by students concerned about their future financial well-being was passed just this week by the APTA House of Delegates.
This week we celebrated National Healthcare Recruiter Recognition Day. While we try to recognize our recruiters often throughout the year, yesterday was a full day of recruiter appreciation. A well-deserved afternoon of fun in the sun, team-building and baseball.
We recently asked our travelers to answer the question, “What do you love about travel?” Their answers ranged from short-and-sweet and concisely accurate to an ode to everything we love about travel ourselves. Here are a few of the responses:
Where will you be this March/April? There are a lot of places in the country that make for a beautiful spring season. Consider these three locations: Washington, DC With a surplus of year-round attractions to visit in Washington, DC, one could certainly use 13 weeks to take in all that our country’s capital has to
Cariant Health Partners has been helping physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and assistants find travel therapy work for 14 years. In that time, one constant has been a growing need for travel therapists across every discipline in almost every state. Here’s what you can look forward to this year.
These three quick tips are just a few things you can keep in mind to make your travel therapy assignment better. Take things as they come There’s a reason phrases like “go with the flow” and “make lemonade out of lemons” continue to get thrown around—it’s solid advice. Not all travel assignments are perfect and you may
Question. Would you rather be a square peg trying to squeeze through a round hole or a square peg looking at carefully curated options of only square spaces? Whether you’re a new therapy graduate or an experienced therapist, it’s important to select the travel contracts that fit you best. We call this “customization” here at