Slp Graduate Student Intern Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Enthusiastic Speech Pathologist eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Always eager to take on new cases and support patients' speech and communication goals through creative and patient-centered treatment planning. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in the field of Speech Language Pathology.

  • Adaptive to changing environments
  • Articulation therapy
  • Assessments
  • Data collection
  • Diagnosis
  • Documentation
  • EMR / EHR
  • Focused on consistent, quality care
  • IEP familiarity
  • Intervention planning
  • Patient-focused therapy
  • Speech and language screening
  • Team collaboration
Work History
SLP Graduate Student Intern, 01/2021 to 04/2021
Origami Brain Injury RehabilitationCity, STATE,

· Performed initial speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing evaluations of individuals with neurological injuries in the outpatient setting to determine diagnosis

· Planned treatment to restore communicative effectiveness and facilitate increased independence in functional environment

· Participated in many co-treatment sessions with occupational therapy and physical therapy

· Worked with therapy team in order to ensure generalization of treatment recommendations across disciplines

· Ran virtual 6-week memory training program containing psychoeducation topics, demonstration and practice of internal and external compensatory memory strategies, and everyday lifestyle application tasks

SLP Graduate Student Intern, 01/2020 to 12/2020
Jackson County Intermediate School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Selected, administered and interpreted results and treatment of children with articulation and phonology disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, pragmatic deficits, and language disorders.
  • Documented daily data collection, wrote reports, and billed to Medicaid.
  • Created individualized educational plans (IEPs) for students and provided information to teachers and families regarding that plan.
  • Participated in team meetings to discuss assessment and treatment results with student, family, and other professionals.
  • Implemented Multi-Tiered System of Supports by teaching weekly language lessons with Young 5’s and First Graders.
  • Provided virtual teletherapy to students participating in at-home learning.
SLP Graduate Student Intern, 06/2020 to 08/2020
Iron County Medical Care Facility/Skyway RehabCity, STATE,
  • Worked with a variety of inpatients, outpatients, and long-term care residents who had a range of diagnoses that included apraxia, aphasia, cognitive impairments, motor speech disorders, voice disorders, pragmatic and articulation disorders, fluency disorders, swallowing, and expressive and/or receptive language disorders.
  • Administered formal and informal assessments to determine appropriate treatment plan.
  • Attended weekly care conferences with interdisciplinary rehabilitation team.
  • Collaborated with members of the occupational and physical therapy team in the planning process to provide best possible care for patients with concomitant services.
  • Used Rehab Optima to document daily encounter notes, progress notes, recertifications, discharges, and evaluations.
Bachelor of Arts: Special Education Learning Disabilities, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Expected in
Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan
Master of Arts: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Expected in 05/2021
Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI

University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum Poster

Feira, Brender, Shabet, & Searl (2019). Reliability of VFSS Ratings Between and Within SLP Graduate Students and Practicing Clinicians

Michigan Speech Language Hearing Association

Ozouch, Couck, Feira, Morrow & Searl (2020). Reliability of VFSS Ratings as a Function of Rater Experience and Swallowing Deficit Severity

Professional Work Experience

Community Living Network – Okemos, Michigan August 2017 – December 2019

Aid for a Man with a Speech and Language Impairment

  • Provided education for daily living skills and participated in community-based activities
  • Facilitated social interactions and language, verbal prompting, modeling, and social scripting
  • Assessed his performance after each session to determine what goals he worked toward mastering

TRICO Opportunities – Kingsford, Michigan May 2018 – August 2018

Job Coach

  • Coordinated a “Students Transition to Employment” summer program for high school students with disabilities transitioning to the workforce
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for 40 hours of classroom instruction
  • Assisted individuals with disabilities with career related guidance including resume critiquing, mock interviewing, and other career information to ensure their preparedness for networking and job search
  • Kept records and documentation to write weekly evaluation reports

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