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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Driven Speech Language Pathologist versed in IEP compliance and 504 plans. Detail-oriented support therapist and special program manager working within educational environments. Familiar with documentation and reporting requirements for federal and state compliance.

Experienced Speech Language Pathologist adept at working with students of all backgrounds and socioeconomic levels. Diagnoses issues and develops treatment plans according to established standards. Bringing 21-year background in special education.

Enthusiastic Speech Pathologist motivated to make positive impact on students using extensive knowledge of speech and language issues. Friendly and flexible approach. Knowledgeable in latest evidence-based techniques and technologies.

Productive Special Education provider offering 21-year background implementing programs for children with mental, learning and behavioral disabilities. Trains staff on special education innovations, creates educational programs and analyzes student outcome data. Proficient in Google products Microsoft products, and Excel. Dedicated to providing exceptional leadership to drive special education programs.

Versatile Special Education provider with focus on individual student needs across academia and emotional development. Empathetic and accommodating in design and implementation of hands-on lessons, catering to diverse learning abilities. Proficient in employing constant communication, patience and positive reinforcement in team efforts to deliver exceptional educational tools, fostering academic achievement.

Special education professional highly skilled in working with students by perceiving needs and supporting various functions. Extensive mentoring and tutoring experience.

Resilient Special Education Teacher familiar with challenges associated with teaching special needs children. Remains positive under times of stress or conflict. Works well with classroom teachers to develop accommodations and special techniques for mainstream classroom inclusion.

Versatile and dedicated Special Education provider with focus on individual needs of special education students. Empathetic and accommodating in design and implementation of hands-on lessons. Exceptional skills working with teachers, parents and specialists to meet educational needs of students.

Versatile and dedicated Special Education provider with focus on individual needs of special education students. Empathetic and accommodating in design and implementation of hands-on lessons. Exceptional skills working with teachers, parents and specialists to meet educational needs of students.


Collaborative Special Education provider certified in Clinical and Rehabilitative Service Credential. Providing 21 years of experience scheduling and conducting IEP meetings, coordinating individualized education plans and reviewing student evaluations and progress reports. Kind and accommodating professional with in-depth knowledge of special education programs, intervention plans and community resources.

Skills
  • Language Skills Development
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Behavior Modification
  • Teacher Education
  • Policy and Procedure Enforcement
  • Active Listening
  • Positive Reinforcement Methods
  • Computer Technology
  • State Testing Support
  • Individualized Education Programs (IEP)
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Instructional Techniques
  • Program Analysis
  • Student Rapport-Building
  • Content Strategy
  • Group Sessions
  • Academic Standards Management
  • Document Coordination
  • Individualized Lesson Plans
  • Leadership Training
  • IEP Compliance
  • Emotional Development
  • Individual Education Plan Expertise
  • Complex Problem-Solving
  • School Policies
  • Student Support
  • Positive Learning Environment
  • Special Projects
  • Skills Development
  • Administrative Support
  • Positive Interactions
  • Testing Protocols
  • Instructional Practices
  • Educational Program Implementation
  • Educational Support
  • Activity Organization
  • District Standards
  • Enrichment Programs
  • Student Development
  • Standardized Test Results Review
  • Interpersonal Relations
  • Instructional Best Practices
  • Autism and Spectrum Disorders
  • Performance Optimization Strategies
  • Classroom Inclusion
  • Training Courses
  • Special Needs Support
  • Document Delivery
  • Team Collaboration
  • IEPs
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Designed a Student Success Team and Problem Solving program as part of the RTI process
  • Administrative Admin Designee for IEP meetings
  • Designed curriculum and instruction for college students in the field of Speech-Language Pathology Assistant.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of learning disabilities and appropriate laws concerning individualized planning.
  • Excellent knowledge of best practices methodologies
  • Sound recommendations for educational needs
  • Substantial knowledge of IEPs and Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Conduct functional assessment and make appropriate recommendations based on tracking of progress
  • Data gathering and analysis, performance tracking, and designing and implementing programs to improve behavior and efficiency for the management of theIEP process
  • Provide direct services to students and consultation with parents and teachers
  • Strong understanding of effective evaluation and planning
  • Management skills of paraprofessionals, coaching/mentoring student Speech-Language Pathologists, and CFY SLPs
  • Data analysis and presentation skills, using data for evaluation, content creation, planning, performance tracking, and plan implementation
  • Proficient in using computer and technology tools and programs, common internet tools, Microsoft Office, Google Products, SEIS
  • Assure preparation of records, logs, reports, documentation, and other state-mandated materials
  • Evidence-based instruction of PreK-8th grade students
  • Common Core, state standards, and inclusive instructional practices in English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies, and Science
Work History
Speech-Language Pathologist, 08/2001 - Current
Francisan Health Crawfordsville, IN,
  • Evaluated speech and language abilities by administering diagnostic tests.
  • Assisted speech therapy patients in functioning adequately in home, community, and school environments.
  • Continually collaborated with parents and teachers to achieve speech therapy goals.
  • Participated in special events to promote available resources.
  • Managed caseload of 60+ inpatient, outpatient, home health, and long-term care patients.
  • Managed caseload of 60+ inpatient, outpatient, home health, and long-term care patients.
  • Wrote reports detailing interventions and student responses.
  • Helped teachers understand how to observe and refer students.
  • Made necessary referrals for ancillary services available within aschool system or hospital.
  • Stayed abreast of updates to treatment strategies in speech and language therapy.
  • Assessed children's developmental progress, specializing in perceptual/sensory motor skills, fine motor skills and activities of daily living.
  • Diagnosed intellectual disability, autism-spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome and phonological processing disorders in patients.
  • Treated children between ages 2 to 14 with speech and language development problems.
  • Taught planned educational programs in speech therapy.
  • Treated children between ages 2 to 14 with speech and language development problems.
  • Conducted precise assessments of patient condition and functional abilities.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Collaborated closely with other healthcare providers to develop comprehensive care plans.
  • Contributed to team meetings and collaborated with management in patient recovery program decision-making process.
  • Engaged parents and families in therapy process to support student progress.
  • Developed and implemented effective rehabilitative programs for patients with speech problems.
  • Interpreted results and proposed intervention plans incorporating short and long-range goals.
  • Recorded patient prognosis, treatment and responses into reports and patient charts.
  • Assisted teachers and administrators with updates and modifications to curriculum for specific student needs.
  • Treated each patient according to written plan of care to meet predetermined goals.
  • Recommended swallowing, cognitive, language therapy and training exercises and encouraged healthy lifestyle behaviors to improve patients' quality of life.
Adjunct Professor , 09/2002 - 11/2008
Marquette University Milwaukee, WI,
  • Used avariety of learning modalities and support materials to facilitate thelearning process and accentuate presentations.
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to achieve student-centered learning.
  • Developed and implemented a special education curriculum for improved learning and student performance.
  • Development of the Student Success and Problem Solving program as part of MTSS to identify students with learning loss versus learning disabilities.
  • Advised students in academic matters to improve successful course completion.
  • Identified academic strengths and obstacles and developed instructional techniques to accommodate different learning styles.
  • Designed and distributed feedback forms to continually improve teaching skills and develop a stronger connection with students.
  • Developed and kindled professional relationships with students to better communicate and enhance instruction.
  • Engaged students with insightful and compelling classroom discussions of topics relevant to coursework to boost student learning and retention.
  • Evaluated and selected instructional materials and texts to prepare course materials and lesson plans.
  • Built relationships with students, mentoring on personal, professional, and academic goals while providing coaching on effective study habits.
  • Encouraged class discussions by building discussions into lessons, actively soliciting input, asking open-ended questions, and using techniques to track student participation.
  • Taught courses in the field of Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, providing instruction to up to 100+ undergraduate students.
  • Organized, prepared, and revised Speech-Language Pathology Assistant course material and applied technological options for online and course-related software.
  • Used exams, quizzes, and assignments to assess student comprehension.
  • Collaborated with the department head to create dynamic, ongoing curriculum development and instruction improvement program.
  • Worked with colleagues and administrators to create robust education programs.
  • Managed student performance using anautomated reporting system, leveraging data to identify student learning needs and create action plans to overcome learning deficiencies.
  • Developed curriculum standards, lesson plans, and syllabi.
  • Graded quizzes, tests, homework, and projects to provide students with timely academic progress information and feedback.
  • Actively participated in team-building ideas and methods to help other faculty deal with changes.
  • Applied many valid methods to employ and assess students' understanding of content.
  • Used Blackboard to keep accurate records of student's attendance and grades.
  • Organized time, space, and resources to balance advanced instruction, challenging workloads, and stringent deadlines.
  • Assisted department chair in coordinating faculty curriculum development and instruction.
  • Used avariety of instructional methodologies and technology to keep courses interesting and engaging.
  • Appraised student understanding by applying course content and gauging comprehension.
  • Designed and delivered class instruction to meet course competencies.
  • Developed creative and effective teaching methods for course content to capture students' attention.
Speech-Language Pathologist, 05/2002 - 12/2006
Fraser Richfield, MN,
  • Evaluated speech and language abilities by administering diagnostic tests.
  • Assisted speech therapy patients in functioning adequately in home, community and school environments.
  • Continually collaborated with parents and teachers to achieve speech therapy goals.
  • Participated in special events to promote available resources.
  • Made necessary referrals for ancillary services available within school system or hospital.
  • Conducted precise assessments of patient condition and functional abilities.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Delivered home care therapy to long-term care patients and assisted with ROM and stretching exercises.
  • Collaborated closely with other healthcare providers to develop comprehensive care plans.
  • Contributed to team meetings and collaborated with management in patient recovery program decision-making process.
  • Developed and implemented effective rehabilitative programs for patients with speech problems.
  • Interpreted results and proposed intervention plans incorporating short and long-range goals.
  • Recorded patient prognosis, treatment and responses into reports and patient charts.
  • Treated each patient according to written plan of care to meet predetermined goals.
Education
Master of Arts in Liberal Arts And Sciences: , Expected in 06/2001
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San Diego State University - San Diego, CA
GPA:
Status -
  • Awarded American Speech Hearing Association ACES Award- The ACE is a formal recognition of professionals who have demonstrated their commitment to lifelong learning by earning 7.0 ASHA continuing education units (CEUs) (equivalent to 70 contact hours) within a 36-month period.
  • Stars In Education for excellence in service with the Cajon Valley Union School District- 2017 and 2019


Affiliations
  • American Speech Language and Hearing Association
  • California Speech Language and Hearing Association
  • National Organization for Women
  • San Diego Women's Club
  • Girl Rising-career readiness and personal development for women 18-24

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School Attended

  • San Diego State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Speech-Language Pathologist

Degrees

  • Master of Arts in Liberal Arts And Sciences

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