You might not be in Kansas now, but if the heart of the nation sounds like a place you want to explore, your speech therapy credentials might get you there. First, you'll have to get a Kansas speech and language therapy license, but we make that as easy as possible. You'll find what you need to get or renew your license on this page, along with information about Kansas speech therapy salaries and how to get a Kansas travel SLP job.
At any time during your journey, you can also reach out to our recruiters, support staff and mentors. They can help you find the ideal Kansas travel speech therapy job.
How to Get Your Kansas Speech Therapy License
If you have an existing Kansas speech and language therapy license that's going to expire within 45 days, you can easily renew it online. Otherwise, you can get the applications for a new license online. Kansas does have a lower average SLP salary compared to the national average. However, the cost of living in Kansas is much lower than the average for the nation, and the housing index in the state is almost half the national average.
From a safari park to the Evel Knievel Museum, Kansas has a lot to offer on top of its heartland hospitality. All that adds up to a great location for a travel SLP job. The information on this page walks you through the links and other information you need to get your Kansas SLP license so you can take advantage of that opportunity. And if you need help, we're standing by at Med Travelers to assist you.
How long does it take to receive your speech therapy license in Kansas?
The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services handles Kansas speech-language pathologist and audiologist licensing. It offers an online renewal option for those with existing licenses and doesn't provide an estimated time line for new licenses.
Kansas speech therapy contact information
Health Occupations Credentialing
503 S Kansas Ave.
Topeka, KS 66603-3404
Phone: (785) 296-0061
Kansas Speech Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Housing stipends or free housing, recruiters who help you along the way and access to continuing education opportunities are just a few. Earnings potential that's potentially more than offered in traditional positions is another. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that the average SLP salary in Kansas is $74,100.
Travel therapy jobs in Kansas are a great way to see the Midwest, make new friends and get some valuable experience for your resume. If traveling speech therapy work sounds like something you'd like to explore, you can earn great money and enjoy other benefits when you work with Med Travelers.