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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Passionate and enthusiastic Speech-Language Pathologist with strong interpersonal skills and proficiency in patient assessment, time management and therapy-program design and execution. Dedicated to achieving superior adult and pediatric patient outcomes while participating as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Clinical experience with children and adults in acute care medical centers, rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient therapy clinics, SNFs and telehealth.

Skills
  • Adaptive to changing environments
  • Patient-focused therapy
  • Focused on consistent, quality care
  • Relationship building through relatable nature
  • Proficient in dysphagia, cognitive-linguistic, speech-language and voice disorder treatment
  • Proficient in administering, scoring, and interpreting the following diagnostic evaluations: SAFE, MASA, WAB, SLUMS, MOCA, MINI MENTAL, CLQT, ALFA, RIPA2, RIPA- G, RIPA-G2, RBANS, BDAE, BNT, TOWF, SCATBI, CAP, BTHI, SCCAN
  • NMES Vital Stim Certified
  • MBSImP Certified
  • SOS Approach to Feeding Trained
  • Tracheostomy Experience
  • Pediatrics knowledge
  • Experienced in UDS, EPIC, HealthMax, CASAMBA, Paragon and Medilinks/Meditech documentation
  • Registered Speech-Language Pathologist in Pennsylvania
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association member
Work History
01/2019 to Current Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN Hca | Atlantis, FL,
  • Assisted speech therapy patients in functioning adequately in home, community and school environments.
  • Evaluated speech and language abilities by administering diagnostic tests.
  • Engaged parents and families in therapy process to support student progress.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Stayed abreast of updates to treatment strategies in speech and language therapy.
  • Collaborated closely with other healthcare providers to develop comprehensive care plans.
  • Wrote reports detailing interventions and student responses.
  • Treated children between ages 1 to 18 with speech, language, articulation, fluency, cognitive and social skill difficulties.
04/2016 to Current Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN Hca | Fort Pierce, FL,
  • Evaluated and treated wide range of conditions, including dysphagia, speech-language deficits and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Interpreted results and proposed intervention plans, including short and long-range goals, frequency and duration.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy via completion of assessment summaries, daily notes, weekly progress reports and weekly plan of care updates.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatments.
  • Accurately completed insurance, Medicaid and Medicare billing documentations in timely manner.
  • Communicated effectively with other care providers to provide for continuity of patient care.
  • Consistently exhibited courtesy, compassion and respect to patients, families, caregivers, visitors, physicians, administrators and co-workers.
  • Made necessary referrals for ancillary services available within and upon discharge from hospital.
  • Managed caseload of 7-10 patients per day.
  • Established positive rapport with patients by teaching them how to live within limits of their capabilities and celebrated their successes.
  • Contributed to team meetings during daily rounds and weekly team conferences.
04/2015 to Current Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN Hca | Aventura, FL,
  • Evaluated and treated wide range of conditions, including dysphagia, speech-language deficits and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatments.
  • Accurately completed insurance, Medicaid and Medicare billing documentations in timely manner.
  • Communicated effectively with other care providers to provide for continuity of patient care.
  • Consistently exhibited courtesy, compassion and respect to patients, families, caregivers, visitors, physicians, administrators and co-workers.
  • Made necessary referrals for ancillary services available within hospital.
  • Established positive rapport with patients.
07/2014 to Current Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN Hca | Portsmouth, NH,
  • Evaluated and treated wide range of conditions, including dysphagia, speech-language deficits, voice and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Planned individually-designed treatment programs to restore, maintain, and improve swallowing function, cognitive-linguistic function, speech-language abilities and vocal function.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatments.
  • Demonstrated clear written and oral communications skills when working with health care professionals, patients and caregivers.
  • Consistently exhibited courtesy, compassion and respect to patients, families, caregivers, visitors, physicians, administrators and co-workers.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team members to establish use of National Dysphagia Diet, to develop restorative dining program and to implement skilled aspiration protocol.
  • Created and presented multiple dysphagia in-service trainings for nursing and dining staff.
  • Made necessary referrals for ancillary services available within skilled nursing facility and connected hospitals.
  • Taught patients how to live within limits of their capabilities and celebrated their successes.
  • Contributed to team meetings.
  • Managed caseload of up to 22 SNF, long term care and PC patients.
08/2013 to 11/2013 Graduate Student Clinician Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital | City, STATE,
  • Evaluated and treated wide range of conditions, including dysphagia, speech-language deficits and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Interpreted results and proposed intervention plans, including short and long-range goals, frequency and duration.
  • Planned individually-designed treatment programs to restore, maintain and improve swallowing function, cognitive-linguistic function, speech-language abilities and vocal function.
  • Monitored and recorded patient progress in response to therapy.
  • Educated patients and family members regarding diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic treatments.
  • Communicated effectively with other care providers to provide for continuity of patient care.
  • Consistently exhibited courtesy, compassion and respect to patients, families, caregivers, visitors, physicians, administrators and co-workers.
  • Established positive rapport with patients.
  • Taught patients how to live within limits of their capabilities and celebrated their successes.
  • Contributed to team meetings during daily rounds.
  • Managed caseload of up to 6 patients per day on the following units: spinal cord, comprehensive, CVA, traumatic brain injury and pediatric.
  • Attended neurology rounds, grand rounds, and continuing education presentations.
Education
Expected in 2014 Master of Science | Speech-Language Pathology Northeastern University, Boston, MA GPA:
Expected in 2012 Bachelor of Science | Speech Pathology and Audiology West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV GPA:
Accomplishments
  • Selected to participate in Simulation Center Dedication Ceremony at Behrakis Health Sciences Center at Northeastern University
  • Chosen to provide emergency room nursing education on dysphagia screening at Beverly Hospital
  • Traumatic brain injury research with Dr. Therese O'Neil-Pirozzi
  • Selected for Professor Review Board for Speech Pathology and Audiology program at West Virginia University
References
  • Carrie Ruggerio M.S. CCC-SLP (717) 303-9332 cruggerio@pennstatehealth.psu.edu
  • Megan Mailen M.S. CCC-SLP (717) 304-8666 mailenm10@gmail.com
  • Sara Mulhearn M.A. CCC-SLP (814) 312-4135 sara.ashley14@gmail.com
  • Michelle Ott, PTA (717) 228-9191 mmdkott@verizon.net
  • Dr. Therese O’Neil-Pirozzi Sc.D. CCC-SLP (617) 373-5740 t.oneil-pirozzi@neu.edu

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School Attended
  • Northeastern University
  • West Virginia University
Job Titles Held:
  • Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN
  • Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN
  • Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN
  • Speech-Language Pathologist - PRN
  • Graduate Student Clinician
Degrees
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science