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Old 04-23-2009, 02:04 PM
Location: Long Island, NY
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I am from NY and I currently work as a Special Education Itinerant Teacher. This means that I do contract work and pick up cases individually... I may see the student either in the home or at a school setting. I haven't found anything similar in NC through my internet research. It seems that all early intervention services are either speech, OT, or PT. Does anyone know whether there is anything compatible with what I do now?
If not, how well do you think I would do working independently say, working out of my home? I would be offering therapeutic services to children with special needs (autism, behavioral issues, sensory issues, speech/language delays, etc.) Do you think this is something parents of children with special needs would be interested in?
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