Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Experienced and enthusiastic Speech-Language Pathologist adept at working within educational environments, bringing in a 22-year background of extensive knowledge of speech and language issues of children ages 3-21. Proficient in instruction, assessment, time management, and therapy-program design. Motivated to make a positive impact on diverse populations of students of all backgrounds, cultural affiliations, and socioeconomic levels. Empathetic and strong interpersonal skills that allow for successful communication and problem-solving abilities. Eager to take on new roles and responsibilities and support student's needs through creative and effective treatment planning. Highly personable and productive clinical professional.

  • Graduated Summa Cum Laude- University of Texas at Dallas
  • Senior honors project at UTD under the advisement of Karen Kaplan and Dr. Ruth Saletsky Kamen
  • Dean's List of Honors- Lamar University
  • Nominated Teacher of the Year- Robinson Middle School and Boggess Elementary
  • Phi Theta Kappa honor society San Jacinto College District
Work History
Speech-Language Pathologist, 08/1999 to Current
The Mentor NetworkSeymour, IN,
  • Assumed Team Lead position at the campus level and current Team Lead for Private and Homeschool services.
  • Instructed staff, department, and district employees at district trainings and monthly meetings.
  • Lead round table discussions of research articles at monthly district speech meetings .
  • Provided CFY supervision.
  • Supervised clinical internship for graduate students.
  • Developed procedures and paperwork for the district private school plan for proportionate share services.
  • Provided training to staff members at private schools in PISD boundaries.
  • Worked collaboratively on district SLP Advisory/Leadership Committee.
  • Aided in the development of innovative programming and activities based upon needs and interests of district SLPs.
  • Facilitated annual consultation meetings with private school administrative staff.
  • Implemented effective intervention for children ages 3-21 with speech and language disorders.
  • Administered assessments and wrote concise reports detailing results and outlining eligibilities.
  • Generated and led IEP meetings to outline specific intervention needs.
  • Monitored and recorded student data in response to therapy.
  • Engaged parents and collaborated with staff throughout the therapy process to support student progress.
  • Designed and supported Plano ISD booth annually at TSHA.
  • Responded to Child Find inquires on the district hotline.
  • Led Campus based science fair at Boggess Elementary as Chairman and participated in committees at the district level.
Speech-Language Pathologist, 06/2013 to 02/2018
The Mentor NetworkShelby, IA,
  • Delivered home care speech therapy to home bound and long-term care patients ages 3-21.
  • Evaluated speech and language abilities by administering diagnostic tests, interpreting results, and proposing intervention plans.
  • Recorded detailed prognosis, treatments, responses, and progress notes in online patient portals.
  • Engaged parents and families in therapy process to support student progress and improve patient's quality of life.
  • Accurately completed Medicaid documentation for patient visits.
  • Collaborated closely with other healthcare providers to develop comprehensive care plans.
R.D.H., 1984 to 1993
Registered Dental HygienistCity, STATE,
  • Educated patients on importance of oral hygiene, provided oral cancer screenings, exposed and developed intraoral x-rays, provided dental cleaning services and carried out advanced dental services such as local anesthesia, nitrous oxide administration, and gingival curettage.
Master of Science: Communication Disorders, Expected in 1999
The University Of Texas At Dallas - Richardson, TX
Bachelor of Science: Speech Pathology And Audiology, Expected in 1997
The University Of Texas At Dallas - Richardson, TX
Associate of Science: Dental Hygiene, Expected in 1984
Lamar University - Beaumont, TX
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San Jacinto College District - Pasadena, TX
  • Guest Lecture for undergraduate class at UTD
  • Experienced in virtual/online teaching
  • Pediatric expertise
  • Student-focused planning and intervention
  • Adaptive in student, family, and staff relations
  • Skilled in cultural responsiveness
  • Strong and compassionate team leadership
  • Interdisciplinary team collaboration
  • Supportive behavior management
  • Adaptive to changing environments
  • Focused on consistent, quality outcomes
  • Dependable
  • Punctual
  • Home health care expertise
  • Proficient in Microsoft office programs
  • Member of Texas Speech and Hearing Association
  • American Speech and Hearing Association
  • Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the state of Texas
  • ASHA Certification of Clinical Competence

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