Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
An Educational Audiologist who is engaging and enthusiastic about hands-on learning with children.
Confident and capable audiologist with 35years of service to students in Washington, D.C.
Versatile and dedicated audiologistwith a focus on the individual needs of special education students.
Empathetic and accommodating in the design and implementation of audiological services.
An audiologist who isequipped with the positive attitude and patience necessary to service special education students.
Extensive experience working with hearing impaired students.
Innovative audiologistwho enjoys thinking of new and effective ways to explain audiological material to parent, teacher and student.
Good team player
Good communicator
Attends seminars to keep current
Willing to collaborate with staff
Able to effectively explain assessment results and treatment plans to parents
Able to relate to students at all grade levels
Assist high school students with applying for college and university
Member of Educational Audiology Association

Quick learner
Able to develop rapport with students of all ages and cognitive levels

Work History
Educational Audiologist, 03/1978 - Current
District Of Columbia Public School System City, STATE,
  • Consult with the classroom teacher and collaborate with other service providers.
  • Act as a liaison between school and clinical audiologist.
  • Monitor amplification use in the educational setting to ensure that the student has access to the acoustical information.
  • Monitor not only personal hearing aids but the use of FM systems, as well.
  • Train staff and students on the importance of and the use of amplification in the classroom.
  • Make recommendations related to the student's hearing needs.
  • Attend Individualized Education Plan meetings for special education students.
  • Attend meetings for student who have a 504 Plan with accommodations.
  • Assess students who need audiological assessments.
  • Communicate with parents to inform them of the function of their child's amplification and if changes have been noted in the child's hearing ability
  • Attended monthly staff training sessions.
Master of Arts: Audiology, Expected in 1977
University of Maryland - College Park, MD
Bachelor of Arts: Speech Pathology, Expected in 1974
Howard University - Washington, DC
  • Trained fellow teachers on the procedures for using and maintaining hearing aids and FM systems
  • Trained parents on the importance of hearing health for their school aged children.
  • Participated in the Metropolitan Hearing and Speech Committee that awarded students for outstanding essay and art entries in May Is Better Speech and Hearing Month competitions.
  • Named Highly Effective Educator for three consecutive years.

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