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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary
Recent graduate with extensive knowledge in working with both typical and atypical developing children. Hands-on experience as a Student Clinician in the Charles Van Riper Language, Speech and Hearing clinic, a Behavior Analysis Practicum Student at WoodsEdge Learning Center and a Summer Camp Counselor at Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan. 
Skill Highlights
  • Autism spectrum familiarity  
  • Time management proficiency
  • Child behavior management expertise
  • Patient and personable 
  • Fluency disorders knowledge
  • Special education familiarity 
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology , Expected in 2016
to
Western Michigan University - Kalamazoo, MI
GPA:
Minor in General Psychology
Member of Western Michigan University’s National Student Speech-Language and Hearing Association 
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology coursework includes: Phonetics, Clinical Lab, Phonemic Disorders, Hearing Science, Normal Language Acquisition, Child Language Disorders, Speech Anatomy and Physiology, Stuttering and Other Fluency Disorders, Hearing Disorders, Special Studies in Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Rehabilitative Audiology, Speech Science, Special Education and Clinical Practicum
Psychology coursework includes: General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Child Psychology, Abnormal Child Psychology, Health Psychology, and Practicum in Special Populations
 
Additional relevant coursework: Human Development, Holistic Health Care, Health Care Ethics, Growth Development and Aging, and Geriatrics. 
Professional Experience
Student Clinician , 2016 to 03/2016
Lowe's Companies, Inc. Jackson, MI,
  • Independently provided speech therapy services addressing my client's fluency disorder and the negative self-perceptions associated once a week 
  • Co-lead therapy session with a Western Michigan University graduate student once a week
  • Composed Therapy Plans for each session
  • Evaluated notes and data from each session and created daily SOAP notes providing a detailed summary of each session
  • Responsible for providing Progress Report and Therapy Report on client
Temporary Employee, 07/2015 to
Us Steel Corp. Troy, PA,
  • Worked with a numerous children with autism in a one-on-one setting for the entirety of a school day
  • Implemented a variety of individualized procedures to students in a one-on-one setting by means of Discrete Trial Training and Behavior Analysis Techniques
  • Assisted the preschool classroom teachers in bussing, bathroom use, and providing breakfast and lunch
Psychology Practicum Student/Preschool Student Tutor, 04/2015 to 07/2015
Basis Independent Schools Scottsdale, AZ,
  • Worked in a one-on-one setting with a preschool aged child with autism
  • Guided student in completing Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) including bus pick-up, bathroom time, and eating breakfast
  • Implemented a curriculum of procedures chosen by a team of professionals that highlighted practical skills including vocalizations, receptive object identification, shape tracing, attentive storybook time, and initiating and sustaining attention in a board game with peers
  • Familiar with implementing therapy by using Discrete Trail Training (DTT) and Behavioral Analysis techniques
  • Integrated skills and knowledge obtained from my Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology curriculum with those learned from my Psychology curriculum 
  • Occasionally used basic American Sign Language (ASL) as a means of communication with my student
  • Attended speech therapy lead by a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) twice a week with my student and incorporated her techniques into my own teachings 
  • Collaborated the case coordinator in adjusting procedures based on my student's progress or lack of
  • Wrote professional documents such as Progress Reports
Student Employee, 08/2014 to 03/2016
Western Michigan University Dining Services City, STATE,
  • Worked with a diverse group of students including foreign exchange students and students with disabilities
  • Provided additional services to students with disabilities, specifically those with vision impairments
Summer Camp Counselor , 04/2014 to 08/2015
Girl Scouts Heart Of Michigan City, STATE,
  • Lead children ranging from ages 4-13
  • Handled disputes between campers 
  • Individualized activities to campers at a moments notice 
  • Lead campers in both small and large groups
  • Took charge of campers at numerous field trips
  • Earned CPR Certification
  • Worked in unison with other counsellors to ensure camp ran efficiently 
Senior Service Student, 08/2011 to 04/2012
Marist High School City, STATE,
  • Assisted in a kindergarten classroom for about three hours a day Monday-Friday
  • Took part in a role comparable to a teacher's aid Assisted and directed the students in developing motor, language, social, and problem solving skills
  • Experience in facilitating projects or assignments to an entire classroom and monitoring their progress
  • Took direction from the classroom teacher
  • Familiar in working with the structure and routines of a typical classroom setting 
Volunteer Experience
Child Development Center: Kalamazoo Autism Center, 2016 
  • Worked in a one-on-one setting with a kindergarten-aged student with autism
  • Facilitated procedures by means of Discrete Trial Training that highlighted verbal communication
  • Applied behavioral management techniques
  • Aimed for generalization of skills, specifically verbal communication skills 
 Blair Early Childhood Education Center, 2013
  • Assisted several students with autism from the preschool classroom in participating in their field day games 
  • Took direction from classroom teachers, while working independently with students with a variety of disabilities
Observation Experience
 Western Michigan University Unified Clinic, 2015 
  • 25 ??????? hours observing a client with dysarthria
  • Completed assignments based on the client's success
  • Noted therapy strategies learned in the classroom being applied to client​​
Blair Early Learning Center, 2013
  • Observed one-on-one and group therapy sessions
  • Independently interacted with students on the Autism spectrum, with Downs Syndrome, and with a wide variety of other communication disorders and cognitive impairments 
Western Michigan University Unified Clinic, 2013
  • Observed the diagnostic process via laryngoscopy in the voice clinic 
Skills
Therapy: SOAP notes, Therapy Plans, Progress Reports, familiar with basic ASL, knowledge of billing, expertise in childcare, experience in individualizing therapy/activities, 
Personal: empathetic, extremely organized, energetic leader, quick-thinking, physically active, efficient in working with a team, flexible to suggestions,

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School Attended
  • Western Michigan University
Job Titles Held:
  • Student Clinician
  • Temporary Employee
  • Psychology Practicum Student/Preschool Student Tutor
  • Student Employee
  • Summer Camp Counselor
  • Senior Service Student
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science

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