First Bite #114 – August 25, 2020

Questions for Contract Employees during COVID-19

(.1 ASHA and AOTA CEUs) For more info, click here.

Course Description

In this episode, Michelle is joined by once again by Morgan Mitchell, Senior Recruiter with Elevation Healthcare, who last joined us for Episode 101 “Considerations for that Contract Job”. Today he comes back to provide specific advice regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic for both Current Contract Employees and Potential Contract Employees, as they head back to their local schools this Fall. Morgan was gracious enough to spend another hour with us to offer functional advice on what questions contract employees should ask their employers regarding COVID-19 Safety Guidelines and Service Delivery options, as well as EBP resources for service delivery during this ever changing time, and tips on what to do in the event that a Clinician should become quarantined. Bottom line…be safe, be strong, be kind, be patient… and wear your mask ☺


By the end of this PodCourse, participants will be able to identify and describe:

  • 3 questions that potential contract employees should ask a Contract Company regarding COVID-19 Guidelines and Service Delivery options for starting back to school this Fall.
  • 3 resources for COVID-19 Guidelines and Resources for Clinicians providing Face-To-Face Services this Fall.
  • 3 potential steps the Clinician can take in the event that they contract COVID-19 or are quarantined.


Morgan Mitchell

Morgan Mitchell is a Senior Recruiter with Elevation Healthcare, with experience recruiting for school districts and employing Speech-Language Pathologists and other related service providers since 2013. He enjoys that no day is the same in the pediatric therapy world, as well as, the social aspect of working with and learning from clinicians across the country. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, Morgan attended the College of Charleston and earned a BS in Communication. Morgan resides in Charleston, and has lived in the Low country for over 10 years.