New Hampshire Speech and Language Therapy License Board

If you're ready to pursue a speech-language pathology career that's professionally and personally rewarding, take a look at opportunities available in New Hampshire. With your state license in hand, you can access work in healthcare and educational settings and treat patients of all ages.

Here's what you need to know about licensure, job opportunities, average wages and cost of living for SLPs living and working in New Hampshire. If a position in this coastal New England state sounds like a perfect fit to you, get in touch with our recruiters about finding a job that matches your qualifications and applying for your licensure.

 

How to Get Your New Hampshire Speech and Language Therapy License

Licenses are issued by the New Hampshire Speech-Language Pathology Governing Board. There's no specific time line for processing, but complete applications are presented for approval at monthly board meetings. Average annual salaries for New Hampshire speech therapists are lower than the U.S. average. The cost of living in the state is about 5% higher than the national index. To maximize your earnings, consider the perks that come with travel assignments, such as free accommodation or a housing allowance.

This appealing state also offers lots of chances to play once your shift is over. Nurture your work-life balance by snowboarding down a mountain, kayaking along the coast, cycling off-road and hiking next to waterfalls. Contact our staffing specialists to learn more about the urban hubs and rural towns that need speech-language pathologists in New Hampshire.

 

How long does it take to receive your speech and language therapy license in New Hampshire?


There is no set time line for receiving your speech and language therapy license in New Hampshire. Once documentation is complete, applications are presented to the state board for approval. Meetings are usually held monthly.

New Hampshire speech and language therapy contact information


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Address
Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
Speech-Language Pathology Governing Board
7 Eagle Square
Concord, NH 03301

Contact
Email: alliedhealth@oplc.nh.gov
Phone: (603) 271-8353
Fax: (603) 271-6702

New Hampshire Speech and Language Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. We help make your journey easier with a generous housing allowance or prearranged housing for the length of your contract. There's also the peace of mind that comes with comprehensive health benefits, life insurance, free continuing education and 401(k) retirement plans.

Although salaries vary depending on experience, most travel SLPs earn a wage that's about 20% higher than permanent positions. The average annual salary for speech-language pathologists in New Hampshire is $76,610, so this boost can make a significant difference to the paycheck of travel SLPs. Take advantage of the lucrative pay and benefits that come with a travel speech-language pathology assignment and submit your Med Travelers application today.

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