Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Innovative health professional and educator with 17 years of public and community teaching experience, cultivating cooperative learning environments among diverse and multi-cultural populations. Adept at establishing rapport quickly, building trust, and a distinct ability as an advocate to continually empower others for striving and achieving success to their fullest abilities. Dynamic school-based educator and licensed health care professional, with 17 years of experience accommodating and cultivating cooperative learning environments for children and adults with disabilities. Proficient in coordination, case management, and implementation of Michigan Special Education programs and services for children ages 0-26 years of age, and skilled in developing and reviewing appropriate Individual Family Service Plans (IFSP), Individualized Education Plans (IEP), and Section 504 Plans. to promote educational and social development

and passionate facilitator

Deeply committed to assisting students and families with gaining access to essential educational and community resources, of Demonstrated history and cooperative teamwork

Proficient in employing constant communication, patience, and positive reinforcement in team efforts to deliver exceptional educational tools, fostering academic achievement.self-advocacy to assist in navigating the special education process when obtaining the most appropriate services, accommodations, and access to the most inclusive learning environments. Demonstrated history of building trust and rapport with students and families through compassionate acts and non-judgmental practices, Collaborate effectively with team members,

Advocate with respect for the diverse values and cultures of all individuals..

environments among diverse and multi-cultural populations[Area of skill] and [Area of skill] with a skill for student needs assessment and . Offering years of special education-based experience.

Creative and enthusiastic social work professional with experience managing case loads of up to [Number] adolescents in high-risk environments. Passionate about building trust and rapport with at-risk youth through non-judgmental approach, patient demeanor and compassionate interpersonal skills. Adept at needs evaluation, treatment planning and facilitating group or individual counseling sessions.

Energetic [Job Title] with [Number] years of hands-on experience employing range of suitable strategies to foster student learning. Accomplished in revising and updating course materials, evaluating student performance and supervising research and field-based developmental activities. Dedicated to maximizing in-class time through [Action] and [Action].

Able to support educational, emotional and behavioral needs through activities, entertainment and academic assistance. Excellent interpersonal, communication and conflict resolution skills. Highly effective in working with students and peers to promote positive learning cultures and environments. Determined and passionate with excellent capabilities in building student rapport and creating exemplary study guides. Accomplished in cultivating long-term relationships with students and working in fast-paced academic environments. Committed to providing students with necessary tools to achieve academic goals, instilling love of learning and cooperative teamwork. Adept in case manage all Individual Education Plans and all Section 504 Plans.application of excellent communication and problem solving skills. Special education professional highly skilled in working with students by perceiving needs and supporting various functions. Extensive mentoring and tutoring experience. Empathetic and accommodating in the design and implementation of hands-on lessons, which cater to diverse learning abilities. Proficient in employing constant communication, patience, and positive reinforcement in team efforts to deliver exceptional educational tools, fostering academic achievement. Communicative Family Advocate with respect for the diverse values and cultures of all individuals. A determined professional with over [Number] years of making home visits, supporting families with disabled children and fostering strong partnerships. Community Service Specialist successful at offering community support services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

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Work History
Early on Family Service Coordinator & Home Visitor, 08/2002 - 06/2019
  • Built solid and trusting rapport with children and parents populations to meet case needs, fostering trust and communication, while providing case management services, counseling, education, and life-skills training
  • Participated in the Child Find activities for both Early On and Special Education. These activities include, but are not limited to identification of infants/toddlers who are in need of health related and/or educational services.
  • Provided appropriate evaluation services to determine eligibility for Early On services for infants/toddlers and their families.
  • Conducted individualized family service planning meetings and service coordination as required by Part C of IDEA.
  • Utilized strong knowledge of evidence-based programs in child development principles to assist family with goal-setting, and suggest alternative parenting methods to suit their individualized needs.
  • Conducted home visits to assess family environment and provide resources to combat behavioral or environmental setbacks
  • Provided liaison services to various task forces and agencies as assigned.
  • Through effective and compassionate care to improve
  • Provided training and educational workshops informing participants Early On process, specifically advocating educated clients on parents roles with focus on skill development and guiding children through nurturing parenting
  • Led activities that developed students' physical, emotional and social growth
  • Communicated non-verbally with children to provide comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement
  • Collaborated on strategies to enhance student learning and behavior alongside parents and teaching staff
  • Collaborated with community members to provide helpful resources to suit family needs
  • Engaged families in beneficial activities targeted at improving bonds and interactions
  • Developed rapport to create safe and trusting environment for care
  • Documented data and completed accurate updates to case records
  • Collaborated with community program leaders and advocates to make resources accessible to those in need
Transdisciplinary Educator & School-Based LPTA, 08/2002 - 06/2019

Provided case management to families with children enrolled in the Early On program. Performed initial and annual assessments utilizing the IDA-2 testing tool. Coordinated services and facilitated communication among family, therapists, physicians, childcare, school and etc. Assisted families in accessing financial, social, educational, and medical resources. Facilitated transition from the Early On program to potential preschool placements within local school districts. Provided parents with information and activities related to developmental milestones. Empowered families of children aged 0-3 years with development delays and/or established disabilities or medical conditions, through using the transdisciplinary coaching model

Assisted in recruiting eligible infants and toddlers, ages birth to three, and completing developmental assessments to maintain program enrollment. Developed Individualized Family Service Plans with each family, providing opportunities for families to make informed decisions, create their own outcomes

Conducted developmental assessments on infants and toddlers to determine eligib

Performed school-based physical therapy treatment services for children birth to 26 years of age with developmental, neurological, and genetic disorders by strictly working under PT supervision and adhering to IEP goals, maximizing gross motor potential and success, recognizing when adaptations were necessary to increase independent function within school environment. Compassionately provide family training and education, implement plans of care and goals provided by PT in

  • Facilitated push-in and pull-out ESE support instruction
  • Demonstrated clear written and oral communications skills when working with health care professionals, patients and caregivers
  • Provided medical consultations to other school personnel to promote well-coordinated school health and safety efforts
  • Documented each patient case with updates in computer system
    Followed all HIPAA rules and regulations regarding patient confidentiality
  • Created and managed IEPs to define student learning objectives and educational strategies, in addition to applying instructional knowledge and methods to support goals
  • Closely collaborated with management team to make necessary improvements and satisfy resident needs
  • Assessed treatment plans and made adjustments as needed for maximum benefits
Contract Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, 11/2015 - 06/2018
  • Administered physical therapy treatments/procedures/modalities in accordance with plan of care developed by the Physical Therapist within the scope of the Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Assisted patients with debilitating conditions, disease, or profound injuries (including loss of limb, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and paralysis).
  • Customized services to improve mobility, relieve pain, improve balance, and preventing/ limiting functional mobility to increase a patient's comfort and quality of life.
  • Trained patients, staff, and family members on the use of wheelchairs, braces, canes, crutches, prosthesis, and other special equipment
  • Recorded detailed prognosis, treatment, responses and progress notes in patient charts.
  • Educated members of other health disciplines or caregivers in standard methods of performing transfers, ambulation, ADL's, and positioning of patients.
Associate of Applied Science: PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT, Expected in 04/2002
  • Graduated magna cum laude
  • Awarded Health and Human Services Division II Outstanding Graduate
Bachelor of Science: Health Science , Expected in 12/2000
Grand Valley State University - Allendale, MI

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