Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary
Innovative speech and language clinician who enjoys thinking of new and effective ways to implement therapy for patients of all ages. Organized problem solver with extensive background in special education. Equipped with the knowledge, skills and patience needed to effectively address the needs of pediatric and adult patients with various communication and swallowing disorders. Desires a part-time clinical fellowship position with Speech and Language Therapy Services in Dartmouth, MA.
  • Orton-Gillingham Basic Language Skills training
  • Competent in writing and interpreting IEP goals
  • Skilled use of Boardmaker software
  • Proficient programming of augmentative communication devices
  • Comprehensive experience with Michelle Garcia-Winner's Social Thinking curriculum
  • Extensive training in fluency disorder treatment
  • Skillful implementation of oropharyngeal dysphagia treatment techniques
  • Experience with VitalStim therapy
  • Trained in cognitive-linguistic treatment targeting attention, orientation and memory
  • Proficient interpretation of modified barium swallow study
  • Expert application of effective articulation techniques
Work History
Speech Language Pathologist (CF), 07/2017 - Current
City Of Hope Simi Valley, CA,
  • Manage a dynamic caseload including students aged 10 through 20 at a middle school and high school
  • Conduct therapy sessions targeting self-advocacy and job interviewing skills for two post-secondary adults with communication disorders
  • Program AAC devices on a weekly basis to reflect relevant curricular vocabulary and increase student independence in the classroom
  • Configured and closely monitor use of FM and sound field systems for students with hearing impairments
  • Create scripts and scenarios to facilitate role play during pragmatic language therapy sessions
  • Convene with behavioral, occupational, physical and visual therapists to address each student's needs on a holistic level and maximize academic potential
  • Educate classroom teachers on effective intervention strategies to foster student generalization of skills
Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, 10/2015 - 05/2017
Circle Of Care League City, TX,
  • Collaborated with supervising Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to create and implement Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goals and objectives and appropriate schedule of services
  • Provided evidence-based therapeutic intervention for elementary and middle school students with autism spectrum disorder, phonological and articulation disorders, fluency disorders, receptive, expressive and pragmatic language disorders, and motor speech disorders such as apraxia and dysarthria
  • Administered standardized assessments such as CELF-5, GFTA-3, TOPL-2, ROW-PVT-4, EOW-PVT-4, SSI-4, and SLDT-E to determine student service eligibility and customize student IEP
  • Utilized informal assessment measures such as language samples, type-token ratio, and percent consonants correct in conjunction with standardized test results to determine eligibility for speech services
  • Consistently evaluated effects of treatment and adjusted treatment to achieve maximum benefit
  • Promoted student motivation by facilitating student use of progress-monitoring systems
  • Managed educational documents to keep special and general education professionals properly informed while maintaining student confidentiality
  • Routinely documented therapy sessions for Medicaid billing purposes
Lead Therapist, SLP Assistant, 10/2011 - 06/2015
Capitol School Of Austin City, STATE,
  • Generated Individualized Treatment Plans (ITPs) to address the various needs of students with language-based learning disorders, childhood apraxia of speech and dyslexia
  • Utilized multi-sensory teaching methods to target all core subjects in accordance with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills curriculum standards
  • Skillfully applied Michelle Garcia-Winner's social thinking curriculum in an after-school social skills group designed to foster age-appropriate pragmatic language skills
  • Educated students' family members on effective intervention strategies to facilitate active involvement
  • Annually trained staff on use of Boardmaker and Smart Board software
Master of Science: Speech Language Pathology, Expected in 2017
Texas Woman's University - Denton, TX
Bachelor of Science: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Expected in 2011
Emerson College - Boston, MA

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