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Top 50 Speech-Language Pathology Internship Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Speech-Language Pathology Internship. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Speech-Language Pathology Internship resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.5% of Speech-Language Pathology Internship resumes contained Language Disorders as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Speech-Language Pathology Internship actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Speech-Language Pathology Internship:

1. Language Disorders

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  • Provided assessment for early intervention, group intervention in kindergarten classrooms, articulation therapy, language disorders and pragmatic skills.
  • Implemented activities for patients with cognitive deficits, swallowing disorders and speech-language disorders.
  • Evaluated and treated pediatric speech and language disorders in a rehabilitative setting.
  • Provide assessment and treatment for speech-language disorders in pediatric and adult population.
  • Educated caregivers regarding speech and language disorders.
  • Experience with speech sound disorders, language disorders, fluency disorders, voice disorders, and culturally and linguistically diverse students.
  • Provided evaluation and treatment for children with various forms of communication and language disorders in individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Designed and executed individual and group treatment relevant to standard curriculum for children with various speech and language disorders.
  • Provided therapy to children aged 5-10 in an elementary school setting for speech and language disorders.
  • Provided treatment for children with language disorders, articulation disorders, and multiple disabilities.
  • Provided group therapy to four preschool clients; prevention of speech and language disorders.
  • Assisted and performed assessments to children with both speech and language disorders.
  • Completed 125 hours of clinical work in speech and language disorders.
  • Observed IEP meetings for children with speech and language disorders.
  • Treated children with articulation disorders/delays, receptive/expressive language disorders/delays, and fluency disorders.
  • Provided treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, articulation disorders, language disorders, and fluency disorders.
  • Provided direct therapy services as prescribed by supervising SLP for children with a variety of speech and language disorders and delays.
  • Assessed and treated speech and/or language disorders in children ages 3-10 in the Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing program in both individual and classroom settings.
  • Delivered therapy to clients with dysarthria, articulation disorders, and language disorders.
  • Completed diagnostic evaluations and reports Provided individual and group treatment to children with speech and language disorders

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2. Occupational Therapy Services

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Here's how Occupational Therapy Services is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Conducted co-treatment sessions with occupational therapy services.

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3. Speech Therapy

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Here's how Speech Therapy is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Administered articulation screenings and assisted the SLP with assessments by transcribing language samples to determine student eligibility for speech therapy services.
  • Planned and administered outpatient speech therapy to adults with brain injury addressing cognitive and language rehabilitation.
  • Worked directly with a speech-language pathologist to facilitate speech therapy and intervention to students
  • Contributed to interdisciplinary meetings and care conferences by providing speech therapy reports.
  • Participated in the speech therapy sessions with the various Speech Pathologists and clients that attended the clinic.
  • Prepared and directed individual and group speech therapy sessions for children with diagnoses of autism 2.
  • Provided Speech therapy in a class setting including special day classes to elementary age kids.
  • Directed speech therapy activities and utilized the PECS system for children with autism.
  • Conducted speech therapy as directed by the Speech-Language Pathologist.
  • Go into classrooms to conduct speech therapy using core curriculum
  • Established realistic speech therapy goals for the patient.
  • Led speech therapy sessions for students K-6.
  • Advised, consulted and instructed members of the multidisciplinary team in specific speech therapy modalities and interventions.
  • Administer speech therapy programs utilizing specialized therapeutic techniques, including NMES and VNeST.
  • Counseled elderly residents to improve mental health Established rapport with patients in speech therapy
  • Delivered cognitive, dysphagia and speech therapy to adult patients at Mary Free Bed at Sparrow's Inpatient Rehabilitation Program.
  • Provided speech-therapy to clients with a variety of diagnoses Created and implemented client reports and speech therapy plans
  • Implement group speech therapy sessions to pre-k and kindergarten students along with Loyola College graduate student clinicians.
  • Participated in speech therapy activities with clients Performed necessary documentation for patient files Observed other clinicians in client sessions.
  • Assisted with all speech therapy Provided hearing screenings Conducted evaluations with therapist

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4. Receptive Language Disorders

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Here's how Receptive Language Disorders is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Provided individual and group therapy for articulation/phonological disorders and expressive/receptive language disorders.
  • Provided personalized intervention for patients with autism and expressive and receptive language disorders.
  • Worked with children with articulation, receptive language disorders, expressive language disorders, voice disorders, and fluency disorders.
  • Assessed and treated voice, motor speech, cognitive, and expressive and receptive language disorders.

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5. Dysphagia

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  • Interpreted dysphagia studies, made educated decisions regarding bedside swallow examinations, and developed appropriate goals for in-patient individuals.
  • Generated comprehensive dysphagia evaluations to include swallowing adequacy and safety, therapeutic recommendations, remediation strategies and dietary modifications.
  • Generated comprehensive dysphagia evaluations and follow-up reports to include information about current levels of ability and therapeutic recommendations.
  • Provided speech, language, and dysphagia therapy to patients/residents diagnosed with acquired communication and swallowing disorders.
  • Perform speech/language, cognitive and Dysphagia evaluation and determining appropriate diagnosis for residents/patients belonging to geriatric population.
  • Provided assessment and evidence-based treatment to adults diagnosed with cognitive-communication disorders, dysphagia and voice disorders.
  • Conducted bedside swallow evaluations and implemented therapeutic feeding for oral and pharyngeal dysphagia.
  • Provided dysphagia education and swallowing therapy to individuals from birth-geriatrics.
  • Screened, evaluated and diagnosed all incoming patients with deficits in the areas of speech, language, cognition and dysphagia.
  • Spring, 2012 Acquired hands on experience with adult dysphagia, voice, and cognitive treatment and diagnosis.
  • Conducted the Clinical Bedside Swallow Assessment in order to assess swallowing difficulties and Dysphagia in patients.
  • Provided therapy in the areas of articulation, social communication, literacy skills, and dysphagia.
  • Completed bedside swallowing evaluations in order to screen patients for signs and symptoms of dysphagia.
  • Implemented a variety of research-based treatments primarily in the areas of voice and dysphagia.
  • Devised diet orders to ensure safety when eating for patients with Dysphagia.
  • Conducted dysphagia, language/cognitive, and voice therapy.
  • Administer speech, language and/or dysphagia therapy to the adult population Provided counseling and participated in communication and swallowing evaluations
  • Observed and interpreted Fiberoptic Endoscopic Swallow Studies (FEES) for diagnostic evaluation and treatment of dysphagia during ENT rounds.
  • Conduct speech, language, and dysphagia evaluations on children 0- .
  • Utilized LSVT (Loud) for various neurogenic disorders and NMES (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation) for dysphagia.

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6. Aphasia

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Here's how Aphasia is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Planned and facilitated group activities to increase communication and social interaction between adults with moderate-to-severe chronic aphasia.
  • Performed formal and informal assessment for individuals with aphasia.
  • Directed a weekly aphasia treatment program for Veterans in the Adult Day Care Center.
  • Lead aphasia social and book clubs to supplement what the clients practiced during individualized therapy
  • Led weekly aphasia group therapy sessions for individuals with non-fluent aphasia.
  • Provided individual and group therapy to adults with aphasia.
  • Experienced with language delays, autism, and aphasia.
  • Conducted weekly adult aphasia group program.
  • Provided patient and caregiver education about types of acquired aphasia, intervention techniques, resources for therapy, and communication barriers.
  • Provided skilled dysphagia therapy, cognitive communication, and aphasia therapies based on patient diagnosis.
  • Delivered patient/family education and training related to cognitive impairment, aphasia, and dysphagia.
  • Assess, plan, and treat adults with dysphagia, aphasia, voice, cognitive-linguistic and motor speech disorders.
  • Diagnosed and treated aphasia, dysphagia and cognitive impairments in both an acute and rehabilitation setting.
  • Conducted assessment and treatment for adults with aphasia, dysphagia, and cognitive deficits.
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment programs for patients diagnosed with dysphasia, dysarthria, aphasia and cognitive deficits.
  • Administered evaluations and provided treatment and counseling for adults with cognitive deficits, dysphagia, dysarthria, and aphasia
  • Treated adults with dementia, aphasia, Parkinson's disease, dysarthria, hearing loss, and dysphagia.
  • Assessed and treated patients with aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria, apraxia, and/or dementia as well as patients with tracheotomies.
  • Experience: Variety of communication disorders: TBI, aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia dysphagia.
  • Conducted therapy with elderly adults who had aphasia, dysphagia, and dysarthria Recorded data

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7. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Incorporated collaboration among students during group therapy sessions to promote reinforcement, motivation, and improved social skills.
  • Consulted with teachers regarding inclusion of curriculum- based activities within individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Assisted supervising Speech-Language Pathologist in planning activities for individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Monitored parent involvement in group therapy sessions and provided individualized feedback.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions with Occupational and Physical Therapists.
  • Managed and oversaw aphasia and cognitive group therapy sessions.
  • Planned and implemented individualized and group therapy sessions.
  • Implemented innovative pediatric group therapy sessions using violin.
  • Utilized patience and discipline when conducting group therapy sessions and incorporated a variety of goals to target objectives of each student.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions to target articulation, language, and social goals for children ages 5 yrs.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions for children ranging from four years old to 11 years old.
  • Planned and implemented group therapy sessions focusing on speech, language, reading, and writing goals.
  • Designed and conducted group therapy sessions for 5+ students tailored to individual necessities.
  • Produced and implemented activities and lesson plans for individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Provided individual and group therapy sessions for preschool aged children.
  • Implemented speech therapy for both individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Organized and conducted group therapy sessions.
  • Graduate clinician/speech language pathology intern Organized and conducted group therapy sessions.
  • Led group therapy sessions with young child clients, collaborated with other student clinicians to coordinate these sessions.
  • Planned and implemented treatment sessions for clients with aphasia and/or apraxia for individual and group therapy sessions.

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8. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Completed documentation for IEPS using IEP Direct and completed semester evaluations.
  • Maintained written records of the performance of students over time to document progress toward mastery of IEP goals and objectives.
  • Administered formal and informal evaluations of students for three-year re-evaluation, annual review, and initial placement IEP meetings.
  • Created therapy schedules, IEP goals/objectives, and provided speech/language therapy for a 67 child case load.
  • Formulated session goals correlated with students' Individualized Education Programs (IEP) and Common Core Standards.
  • Developed and implemented speech/language therapy that reflects the individual education plan (IEP) for students.
  • Implemented IDEA requirements and Special Education rules while attending and leading MET/IEP meetings.
  • Attend IEP meetings with multidisciplinary team members to discuss student progress and goals.
  • Planned and conducted individual and group therapy sessions based on IEP goals.
  • Utilize the Indiana IEP online system to review and update IEP's.
  • Scheduled and conducted IEP meetings with parents, teachers, and principal.
  • Assist with meeting IEP goals through drama and preforming arts.
  • Composed reports and presented information at IEP meetings.
  • Participated in goal setting and in IEP creating.
  • Attended and participated in IEP meetings.
  • Attended IFSP and IEP meetings.
  • Participated in IEP meetings, and worked with a multidisciplinary team to create summer schedule and curriculum for students.
  • Completed reporting of daily notes and progress reports, writing of IEPs, and led a family member conference.
  • Developed and implemented speech and language activities to address IEP goals for children with varying severities of Autism.
  • Participated in writing speech and language IEPs

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9. Childhood Apraxia

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Here's how Childhood Apraxia is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Worked with children who presented with Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Complex Communication Needs, and Down Syndrome
  • Researched and presented information on the therapeutic use of iPad applications and EBP supported treatment approaches for Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
  • Designed and conducted an AB research design to investigate the effectiveness of Visual Phonics on children with childhood apraxia of speech.
  • Assessed, designed, and administered therapy for a pediatric client addressing Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Language.
  • Co-facilitated a weekly preschool language group of four individuals with suspected childhood apraxia of speech.
  • Led and assisted a Phonology/Language Camp as well as a Childhood Apraxia camp.

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10. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Complete assessment, developing and formulating treatment plans and techniques and establish work effectiveness criteria using evaluation methods.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate voice treatment plans with supervised support.
  • Developed individualized treatment plans incorporating family feedback.
  • Administered diagnostic assessments, developed treatment plans, and provided remediation services for school age children with language and learning disabilities.
  • Collaborated with school administrators, parents, physicians, and case workers to create treatment plans to ensure client progress.
  • Generated case histories, treatment plans, goals, procedures, methods, and progress reports for clients.
  • Conducted research and collected data to guide the development and implementation of research based evaluation and treatment plans.
  • Evaluated, developed treatment plans, and provided treatment for adults and pediatrics with cognitive and/or speech/language disorders.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans for patients with deficits in articulation, voice, language and/or cognition.
  • Formulated skilled SLP evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes, and discharge summaries.
  • Prepared individualized treatment plans, daily session plans, and progress notes with recommendations.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to provide therapy and develop treatment plans for students.
  • Developed appropriate treatment plans, monitored progress, and adapted as necessary.
  • Assessed students, wrote formal reports, goals and treatment plans.
  • Obtained baseline data and created treatment plans for each client.
  • Created treatment plans and progress reports.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate treatment plans to mitigate dysphagia.
  • Authored treatment plans and progress reports; attended staffings and care conferences.
  • Created individualized treatment plans Observations and experience with MBS and FEES.
  • Developed treatment plans based on Speech/Language and/or Dyphagia evaluation.

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11. Barium Swallow Studies

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Here's how Barium Swallow Studies is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Administered norm-referenced tests, functional assessments, oral-mechanism exams, bedside swallowing evaluations and Modified Barium Swallow studies.
  • Assisted in administering and interpreting Modified Barium Swallow studies, and identified appropriate diet modifications.
  • Administered Bedside evaluations and was educated on Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
  • Conducted bedside swallow evaluations and modified barium swallow studies.
  • Assisted in feeding the patient and evaluating results including best plan of treatment and care for Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
  • Experience with EPIC medical records system and with conducting Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS).
  • Administered, evaluated, and wrote reports on Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS).
  • Performed modified barium swallow studies to evaluate swallow functions with adults and infants.
  • Performed bedside swallow evaluations, cognitive evaluations, and Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow studies (MBS).
  • Observed pediatric Modified Barium Swallow studies.
  • Observed Modified Barium Swallow studies of the pediatric population with developmental delays, craniofacial disorders, and congenital disorders.
  • Gained experience in performing Modified Barium Swallow studies and observed Neuromotor Electrical Stimulation in oral and pharyngeal muscle re-training.
  • Participated in Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing and Modified Barium Swallow studies for both inpatient and outpatient.
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow Studies and bedside swallow evaluations to determine swallow physiology of patients with dysphagia.
  • Participated and under supervision conducted modified barium swallow studies (MBSS).
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow studies for adults with dysphagia.
  • Evaluated disorders of dysphagia via clinical bedside examination and videofluroscopic examination (Modified Barium Swallow studies).
  • Comducted bedside swallow exams, thinking memory screeners and comprehensive tests, modified barium swallow studies, etc.
  • Assisted with stroboscopys, fiberoptic endoscopic evaluations of swallowing, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, and modified barium swallow studies.

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12. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Provided education to patients and family members, and collaborated with a multidisciplinary team during weekly patient care conferences.
  • Developed interdependent relationships with other professions to improve patient care and advance interdisciplinary learning.
  • Collaborated with Physical and Occupational Therapists to provide increased quality of patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care services to rehabilitation inpatients re: cognitive-communication
  • Collaborate with other medical professionals regarding patient care.
  • Attended care plan meetings with families and provided professional recommendations for patient care, therapy potential, and patient progress.
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses, occupational therapists and physical therapists in the delivery of patient care and discharge planning.
  • Collected case history information and integrated information from patients, family and caregivers to aid in patient care.
  • Provided speech, language, and swallowing assessment & treatment for all ages in inpatient and outpatient care.
  • Attended patient care conferences to update patients, their families, and staff on patient's progress.
  • Attended medical staff meetings (e.g., rounds) regarding patient care and level of abilities.
  • Document the course of patient care including progress made and continuing need for treatment.
  • Persevered to initiate and maintain good communication between all parties during patient care.
  • Worked with hospital staff to develop patient care plans.
  • Worked on interdisciplinary teams of occupational therapy, neuropsychology to coordinate behavior intervention plans and total patient care.
  • Consulted with doctors, nursing staff, PT/OT staff, gastroenterologists, neurologists, and nutrition department regarding patient care.
  • Participated in multi-disciplinary approach with physical therapists, nursing staff, respiratory therapists, and dieticians for patient care.
  • Conducted assessments in acute inpatient/outpatient care, assisted with Passy-Muir Valve use, consulted on traches, PEGs and vent cases.
  • Experience with adult trach and Passy-Muir Valve care Contributed to interdisciplinary meetings regarding patient care and progress.
  • Collaborated with doctors, RNs, PTs, OTs, dieticians, and family to provide highest level of patient care.

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13. Dysarthria

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Here's how Dysarthria is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Conducted 2 weekly group therapy sessions for 9-10 adults with aphasia or dysarthria.
  • Experience: Autism, articulation and phonology disorders, dysarthria.
  • Provided treatment to adult and geriatric inpatients with dysphagia, dysarthria, voice, and cognitive-communication impairments.
  • Developed and implemented interventions for patients with Dysarthria and dysphonia.
  • Provided cognitive, dysphagia and dysarthria therapy.
  • Provided treatment for patients with dementia, aphasia, voice disorders, dysarthria, and dysphagia in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Developed and executed appropriate intervention strategies and goals for clients with aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia, and cognitive deficits.
  • Developed care plans for patient's with severe cognition, dysarthria/swallowing disorders, ages 44 to 97 Public School Experience
  • Treated patients with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and voice disorders utilizing functional tasks and evidence based approaches.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with Parkinson's, Dysphagia, TBI, Dysarthria, Aphasia, and Autism.
  • Implemented speech and voice treatment for patients with dysarthria, dysphonia, and speaking valves post tracheotomy.
  • Evaluated and treated adult and geriatric outpatients with dysphagia, dysarthria, aphasia, and memory/cognition problems.
  • Provided assessment and treatment for inpatients with aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria, and cognitive deficits.
  • Conducted therapy sessions with adult patients who had Aphasia, Dysarthria, Apraxia and Dementia.
  • Evaluated and provided treatment for individuals diagnosed with dysphagia, aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, voice disturbance and cognitive-linguistic impairments.
  • Planned and executed individual cognitive-linguistic, language, fluency, dysarthria, dysphonia, dysphagia, and AAC treatment sessions.
  • Provided treatment for adults with neurogenic disorders, head/neck cancer, aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria, voice/breathing disorders.
  • Provided treatment for patients with aphasia, voice disorders, dysphagia, and dysarthria in outpatient and inpatient settings.
  • Direct experience with apraxia, aphasia, dysarthria, and dysphagia.
  • Observed evaluation of Dysarthria and Apraxia.

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14. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Speech-Language Pathology Internship jobs:
  • Served individuals with developmental disabilities who were non-verbal and facilitated communication through low-tech and high-tech alternative and augmentative communication devices.
  • Provided integrated therapy services to children with learning disabilities and developmental disabilities in a special education school setting.
  • Conducted language facilitation groups in PPCD classroom for students with various developmental disabilities.
  • Provided therapeutic services to children with developmental disabilities in a school setting.
  • Evaluated and treated the speech, language, and cognition status of patients with neurological impairments or developmental disabilities.
  • Provided treatment to children with speech and language disorders, developmental disabilities, emotional disorders, and challenging behaviors.
  • Lead classes for adults with developmental disabilities that promote job skills in the community.
  • Provided speech/language treatment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and complexbehavioral challenges at a state operated facility.
  • worked with children ages 19 months old to 36 months old with developmental disabilities and receptive and expressive language delays

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15. AAC

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  • Utilized augmentative and alternative communication devices (AAC) to provide profoundly impaired patients with an appropriate means of communication.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate intervention strategies for clients using Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices (AAC).
  • Assessed students using standardized and non-standardized articulation/phonology and expressive/receptive language assessment tools as well as AAC devices.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy utilizing the iPad AutisMate Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) application.
  • Developed low-tech personalized AAC devices to improve functional communication.
  • Assisted in the selection of Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices (AAC) to reflect the particular needs of the client.
  • Implemented the use computer programs as well as the use of AAC devices and iPad technology Completed billing sheets and protocols.
  • Designed high and low-tech AAC programs for individual students, including communication books, GoTalk communication devices and iPad AAC applications
  • Implemented AAC devices in therapy including PECS, LAMP, Proloquo2Go, Verbally, and GoTALKNow.
  • Targeted language objectives using LAMP Word for Life app and the NOVA Chat10 AAC system.
  • Worked with Life Skills students using AAC devices to provide speech and language therapy.
  • Assisted in the selection of AAC devices with interdisciplinary team for nonverbal patients.
  • Repair, program, and evaluate implementation of AAC devices for students.
  • Developed clients' communication skills using AAC systems such as the PECS.
  • Reported data on AAC use and produced individual progress reports for campers.
  • Experience with Accent AAC system and ProLoQuo2Go app.
  • Provided support for children using Alternative Augmentative Communication Devices (AAC) (i.e., Dynavox and Proloquo2Go).
  • Provided individual and group therapy to children with autism; utilized AAC devices (i.e.
  • Utilized AAC devices with students who had severe communication impairments (Tobii Dynavox, Prloquo2Go, and PECS).
  • Completed augmentative and alternative communication device trials ?Implemented PECS phases Updated and programmed AAC devices.

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16. Traumatic Brain Injury

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  • Developed individualized, functional therapy goals and provided treatment for adults with aphasia and/or traumatic brain injury in individual therapy sessions.
  • Performed diagnostic examinations for individuals with traumatic brain injury, stroke and/or disorders of consciousness.
  • Assisted in providing cognitive communication therapy for individuals with traumatic brain injury.
  • Worked in a supervised environment among Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), spinal cord injury, and stroke patients.
  • Provided speech, language, and cognitive therapies to adults with neurological disorders and traumatic brain injury.
  • Utilized WEE-FIM and JFK to evaluate, monitor, and treat pediatric traumatic brain injury.
  • Administered the Montreal Cognitive Assessment 7.1-7.3 and Scales of Cognitive Ability for Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Observed and participated in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) orientation groups.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Assessed and treated adult traumatic brain injury.
  • Experience with aphasia, dysphagia, Down Syndrome, articulation, autism, language delay, and traumatic brain injury.
  • Interned in a long-term acute care hospital setting on the Medical/Surgical, Traumatic Brain Injury, Tracheostomy and Ventilator units.
  • Treated and assessed adult patients with traumatic brain injury, dysarthria, aphasia and swallowing disorders with associated mental illness.
  • Worked with ages ranging from 18 to 90 with diagnoses including traumatic brain injury and cerebrovascular accident
  • Experience with separate clients presenting with unilateral upper motor neuron dysarthria, traumatic brain injury, and articulation errors
  • Conducted therapy with adults suffering with speech-language disorders including dysphagia, aphasia and dysarthria, and traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Provided therapy to patients with aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia, and traumatic brain injury.
  • Provided services to veterans with diagnoses of aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria, traumatic brain injury, and cerebrovascular accident.
  • Direct experience with aphasia, traumatic brain injury, dysarthria, apraxia, dysphagia, cognitive communication disorders.
  • Treated numerous patients with dysphagia, traumatic brain injury, apraxia, and dysarthria.

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17. Lesson Plans

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  • Prepared all therapy sessions by comprising individualistic lesson plans and treatment reports taking each individual client's needs into consideration.
  • Formulated lesson plans for individual and group therapy sessions to target Individualized Education Plan goals.
  • Created and implemented weekly lesson plans for preschool students acquiring phonemic awareness skills.
  • Designed and implemented weekly lesson plans during individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Prepared thematic lesson plans that were aligned with the school curriculum and modified to meet each student's needs.
  • Designed daily lesson plans for implementing a variety of treatment methods such as an articulation cycles approach.
  • Attended weekly individual supervision sessions and discussed lesson plans, treatment options, and various clinical topics.
  • Developed lesson plans and carried out treatment for six elementary school children and twenty-six middle school children.
  • Completed lesson plans, daily progress notes, and monthly and semester progress reports.
  • Develop weekly lesson plans to demonstrate alignment with client goals and objectives.
  • Developed and implemented weekly lesson plans to appropriately target student's goals.
  • Composed lesson plans specific to the needs of the individual child.
  • Managed daily case paperwork, planned and implemented weekly lesson plans.
  • Design and implement lesson plans based on IEP goals and recommendations.
  • Completed lesson plans as well as highly detailed final discharge summaries
  • Adjusted future lesson plans to achieve maximum benefit.
  • Composed weekly lesson plans focused on a theme.
  • Created weekly lesson plans based on classroom curriculum.
  • Prepared lesson plans and conducted therapy.
  • Developed daily lesson plans utilizing evidence-based practices to target each child's goals and objectives.

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  • Managed a daily caseload of various adult/geriatric individuals in a 305-bed acute care facility.
  • Administered therapy to a full caseload of diverse children with articulation and language deficits.
  • Performed articulation and phonological therapy for a caseload of 25 students.
  • Maintained accurate documentation of assigned caseload of over twenty students.
  • Helped write Individualized Education Plans for children on our caseload, attended and presented at IEP meetings when appropriate.
  • Collaborated with the special education teachers, social worker, and school psychologist regarding students on the caseload.
  • Provided screening, assessment, and intervention services for a full caseload for 6+ consecutive weeks.
  • Managed a caseload of 45 Pre-K-8th grade students under a Master supervisor in a public school setting
  • Coordinated with other professionals in the building to create and manage therapy schedule for caseload.
  • Documented treatment and generated quarterly progress reports and yearly goals for students on caseload.
  • Provided group therapy services for a diverse caseload of pediatric speech and language clients.
  • Provided Speech and Language Therapy to assigned student caseload as directed by the SLP.
  • Evaluated and treated patients on a caseload with a variety of diagnoses.
  • Organize documentation and attend ARD meetings for students on my caseload.
  • Maintained a high caseload with American children of Hispanic descent.
  • Provided services in Spanish to approximately 25% of caseload.
  • Managed a continuing caseload of 110 students.
  • Managed a caseload of 25 students spanning preschool to 5th grade with multiple diagnosis (i.e.
  • Implemented articulation, language, fluency and voice therapy to 65 student caseload.
  • Full time SLP with a caseload of 65-75 students Develop and follow implemented IEP's for all children on the caseload.

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19. Dementia

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  • Evaluated stroke and dementia patients for cognitive/linguistic deficits and provided cognitive retraining for patients.
  • Developed and implemented maintenance programs for patients with dementia.
  • Provided intervention assistance to adults diagnosed with Dementia, ranging from mild to severe impairment, on the Dementia Treatment Unit.
  • Provided inpatient memory care and language therapy for geriatric patients with Alzheimer's, Dementia, and other neurological conditions.
  • Implemented group reminiscence therapy for adults with dementia, Alzheimer's, and memory impairments in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Treated a variety of patients with memory deficits including patients with Aphasia, Dementia, and numerous brain injuries.
  • Treated patients with strokes, traumatic brain injuries, aphasia, dementia, and other neurological disorders.
  • Administered, scored, and interpreted Arizona Battery for Communication Disorders of Dementia, and MME.
  • Conducted therapy and evaluation sessions with adults with dementia, aphasia, voice and swallowing disorders.
  • Devised and executed treatment goals targeting patients with aphasia, dementia, and various swallowing disorders.
  • Completed 10 hours of speech and language therapy for an adult with aphasia and dementia
  • Performed specialized dementia therapy for groups of residents on a weekly basis.
  • Conducted bedside swallow, cognitive, and dementia evaluations.
  • Provided treatment for adults with diagnoses of cognitive-communication disorders, dementia, aphasia, and swallowing disorders.
  • Experience with stroke, dementia, voice, and other disorders Evaluated and treated dysphagia, cognition, and communication disorders.
  • Worked in a skilled nursing facility for adult Dementia patients, performing comprehensive evaluations and case studies.
  • gained extensive experience regarding the adult population with a primary diagnosis of dementia or dysphagia.
  • Gained experience with aphasia, dysphagia, dementia, cognitive-communication disorders, and apraxia.
  • Provided treatment for patients with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, dysphagia, dementia, and hearing impairment.
  • Provided appropriate intervention for patients with aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria , dementia, etc.

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20. Language Therapy

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  • Provided speech and language therapy for elementary-school-aged children with language and literacy disorders, articulation difficulties, and auditory processing issues.
  • Assessed and implemented swallowing, cognitive-linguistic, and speech-language therapy to adults in the acute care and outpatient rehabilitation settings.
  • Assisted in articulation and language therapy with individuals and small-groups
  • Provided articulation and language therapy to children preschool-fifth grade.
  • Designed and implemented speech and language therapy plans, using diverse learning and therapy methods, for children of ages 3-21.
  • Selected and implemented appropriate speech and language therapy activities for clients, ages 22 months - 11 years.
  • Implement individualized speech and language therapy and collect data daily for children with various disorders.
  • Lead speech-language therapy sessions to school population, including children with autism and intellectual impairments.
  • Practiced speech-language therapy applicable to a school setting in both group and individual sessions.
  • Carried out speech-language therapy alongside a diverse team of professionals in a classroom setting.
  • Prepared session plans, materials, and activities for each speech-language therapy session.
  • Implemented speech and language therapy to 13-18 year old students with communication deficits.
  • Implemented individual speech and language therapy services for children and adolescents ages 1-21.
  • Provided one-on-one and group therapy to students requiring speech and language therapy.
  • Provided speech and language therapy to children preschool-eighth grade.
  • Provided articulation and language therapy to children through the telecommunication modality.
  • Treated 67 students in grades K-8, providing articulation and language therapy Independently planned and conducted therapy sessions
  • Implemented speech and language therapy services for pediatric inpatients while accompanying SLPs on rounds.
  • Provide speech-language therapy sessions to children from pre-school to high school.
  • Educate patient and family about speech and language therapy options Create S.O.A.P notes on a daily basis

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21. Down Syndrome

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  • Provided assessment and treatment to children exhibiting a variety of communication disorders including Down Syndrome and Autism.
  • Provided speech and language services to a preschool age child with Down syndrome, including picture schedule boards and sign language.
  • Planned treatment sessions for pediatric clients diagnosed with autism, Down syndrome, articulation disorder, and mixed receptive/expressive language disorder.
  • Provided services to children with a variety of disorders including Autism, Down Syndrome, and a range of intellectual deficits.
  • Work with students with a variety of disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, and Learning disabled.
  • School Year Offered Speech and Language Therapy to Down Syndrome patients of all ages (0-50) under supervision.
  • Developed therapy materials and activities for large group classroom intervention for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum and Down syndrome.
  • Experienced in fostering appropriate social interaction among children with autism, ADHD, Down syndrome and language disorders.
  • Planned and provided 1:1 pullout speech therapy to students with Down syndrome while monitoring and modifying goals and targets
  • Provided therapy for a child with Down syndrome focusing on improving expressive and receptive language and pragmatics.
  • Treated clients diagnosed with Down syndrome, chromosome 22q deletion, and on the autism spectrum.
  • Planned treatment sessions for pediatric clients diagnosed on either the autism spectrum or Down Syndrome.
  • Provided assessment and therapeutic services to school age children with Down Syndrome and Autism.
  • Treated clients diagnosed with Down syndrome, global developmental delay, and hearing loss.
  • Administered speech and language therapy to children with autism and Down syndrome
  • Served populations with Autism, Down syndrome and hard of hearing.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary medical and rehabilitation teams for comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of patients in Cleft/Craniofacial and Down Syndrome Clinics.
  • Trailed and programmed multiple devices and provided therapy to clients with down syndrome and apraxia.
  • Developed and implemented I.E.P goals for students diagnosed withAutism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, and Prader-Willi syndrome.

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22. Speech-Language Pathology

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  • Lead conferences on Speech-Language Pathology to fourth year medical students * Diagnosed veterans with cognitive impairments and administered appropriate cognitive devices.
  • Worked as a Speech-Language Pathology Student treating students with communication disorders.
  • Transitioned to paid temporary speech-language pathology assistant.
  • Execute an in-service to speech-language pathology staff
  • Provide speech-language pathology services to the pediatric population with disorders of articulation, phonology, language, cognition, or fluency.
  • Presented at the Arrowhead Union High School area speech-language pathology in-service; explained the results of strategy-based language intervention.
  • Created an IEP user manual for future speech-language pathology interns.
  • License Speech-Language Pathology Assistant License (Expiration Date: 11/30/2018)
  • Worked as a Speech-Language Pathology Student treating patients with cognitive/linguistic and dysphagia deficits.
  • Completed student externship with the Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology Department at Cape Fear Valley Hospital.
  • Worked with the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Wheelock and Dupre Elementary during student externship.

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23. Language Impairments

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  • Consulted with parents and school personnel on classroom modifications for children with language impairments and auditory processing impairments
  • Administered therapy to students with articulation disorders, phonological impairments, and language impairments
  • Evaluated children presenting speech and language impairments using both informal and standardized assessments.
  • Provided treatment to elementary age clients with articulation and receptive/expressive language impairments.
  • Assessed patients with swallowing disorders, speech-language impairments and cognitive deficits.
  • Administered standardized assessments for evaluation of speech and language impairments.
  • Screened incoming patients for possible speech/language impairments.
  • Consulted teachers who work with children with speech and language impairments by providing support for effective communication in the classroom.
  • Provided assessments and small group therapy via story narratives to adults with higher-level language impairments within a small group setting.
  • Served as a school resource for parents and assisted teachers in referring students with suspected speech and/or language impairments.
  • Conducted individual and group treatment for children 2-6 years old with a wide range of speech/language impairments.
  • Provided articulation, language, fluency, and pragmatic therapy to children with speech and language impairments.
  • Co-treated a pediatric client age 3 with severe speech and language impairments and behavioral difficulties.
  • Screened, assessed and provided intervention of speech and language impairments in school-aged children.
  • Planned and led individual and group sessions for students with speech and language impairments.
  • Assessed and treated children and adolescents with various speech and language impairments.
  • Devised group lessons for students with speech language impairments and Autism.
  • Provided individualized therapy with preschool age children from the Westfield community with speech and/or language impairments.
  • Assessed and treated patients with neuromotor speech disorders and mild to severe language impairments.

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24. Ccc-Slp

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  • Supervised by Wendy Greenspan, M.A., CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Laura Gray, M.S., CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Toni Walters MS, CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Lauren Haley, CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Holly McKnight, M.S., CCC-SLP and Heather Rogers, M.S., CCC-SLP.
  • Supervised by Susan Haley, MS, CCC-SLP, ATP
  • Master Clinician: Holly Cook, M.S., CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Bonnie Wagner, M.S., CCC-SLP.
  • Supervised by Liz Warfield, MA CCC-SLP 119 Hours
  • Supervised by Catherine Machado, MS, CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Mindy Saibel, M.S., CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Myesha Carter MS, CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Rina Abrams MS, CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Kim Batiansila, MS, CCC-SLP 148 Hours Ages 3-10
  • Supervised by Anne Cloghessy, M.A., CCC-SLP.
  • Interned under Margie A. Anik, M.S., CCC-SLP Observed Modified Barium Swallowing tests and formulated reports.
  • Supervised by Merril Pino, M.S., CCC-SLP.
  • Supervised by Myesha Carter MS, CCC-SLP; Dr. Angela Bradford-Wainwright PhD, CCC-SLP; Eliza Thompson MS, CCC-SLP
  • Master Clinician: Corie Volmer, M.A., CCC-SLP
  • Supervised by Anita Lepelstat, M.A., CCC-SLP Supervised by JoAnne Cascia Ed.D., CCC-SLP

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25. Expressive Language

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  • Evaluated and treated pediatric clients with articulation and phonological disorders, as well as receptive and expressive language disorders.
  • Planned individual and group treatment sessions targeting articulation, phonological awareness, receptive/expressive language, fluency, and pragmatics.
  • Developed assessment protocols to evaluate articulation, phonological awareness, receptive/expressive language, writing, intelligibility and accent.
  • Provided push-in therapy sessions for 4th-6th grade students to improve articulation and receptive/expressive language.
  • Implemented language therapy to children with mixed receptive and expressive language disorder.
  • Incorporated augmentative-alternative communication strategies for clients with expressive language difficulties.
  • Administered receptive and expressive language and developmental assessments.
  • Administer Spanish receptive/expressive language tests.
  • Performed treatment strategies that target receptive/expressive language and articulation for the development of speech and language skills of infants and toddlers.
  • Led individual and group sessions focused on increasing word retrieval, short term memory, and receptive/expressive language for stroke survivors.
  • Provided therapy to geriatric clients with receptive and expressive language, voice, motor speech, swallowing, and cognitive disorders.
  • Treated clients that had various concerns including articulation, receptive and expressive language, cognition, voice, fluency and literacy.
  • Implemented a variety of treatment methods for receptive and expressive language, articulation, fluency, and social skills.
  • Provided assessment and intensive intervention for and expressive language and AAC for a school-age boy with autism.
  • Provided therapy to middle school clients with receptive and expressive language, fluency, and articulation disorders.
  • Conducted pragmatic and expressive language groups.
  • Administered independently and assisted in the administration of formal assessments of articulation, communication modalities, and expressive language.
  • Gained experience with autism, apraxia, cognitive-communication disorder, receptive/expressive language delay, and language processing disorder.
  • Evaluated & treated elementary students with disorders of o Speech Sounds o Receptive/Expressive Language
  • Evaluated & treated infants and toddlers with delays/disorders in o Receptive/Expressive Language o Feeding o Speech Sounds o Cleft Lip & Palate

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26. Parkinson

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  • Provided evaluation and remediation services to Parkinson's patients exhibiting a variety of communication disorders and swallowing difficulties.
  • Incorporated a modified LSVT approach into treatment of patients diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
  • Measure and implement loudness training for patients with Parkinson's via LSVT-LOUD program.
  • Conducted LSVT Loud treatment for patients with Parkinson's disease.
  • Lead therapy group for individuals with Parkinson's.
  • Experience: Alzheimer, apraxia, dysphagia, voice disorders, parkinson, and so on.

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27. MBS

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  • Prepared foods/liquids for MBS administration.
  • Performed Bedside Swallowing Evaluations, Modified Barium Swallow (MBSS) and documented treatment and evaluation results on hospital software.
  • Conducted formal and informal evaluations of swallowing, voice, and speech, including use of MBS and FEES.
  • Conducted MBSS, completed relevant paperwork including SOAP notes and evaluations, and conducted therapy sessions.
  • Administer and analyze modified barium swallow studies (MBS) to determine swallowing impairments in patients.
  • Completed Modified Barium Studies (MBS) in order to diagnose and treat swallowing disorders.
  • Assess swallowing and feeding safety of critically ill patients via bedside evaluation and MBSS.
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow (MBS) studies and bedside swallow evaluations under supervision
  • Assisted while MBSS's were being conducted.
  • Assisted in administering trial consistencies and interpreting results of Modified Barium Swallow evaluations using MBSImP criteria.
  • Gained experience administering and interpreting MBS studies and with Passy-Muir valve evaluations in tracheostomized patients.
  • Performed bedside swallow evaluations and participated in modified barium swallow (MBS) studies to evaluate patients at risk for dysphagia.
  • Conducted MBSS', interpreted patient results to determine safe diet and best course of treatment.
  • Experience with MBS and NMES / VitalStim (under supervision) for management of dysphagia.
  • Conducted MBS swallow studies and clinical dysphagia evaluations and made diet and therapy recommendations.
  • water test and full oral mechanism exam, recommending MBS if indicated.
  • Conducted and assisted in bedside and MBS dysphagia evaluations.
  • Experience with Epic charting and MBSImp scoring.
  • Observed objective evaluations of dysphagia including MBS and FEES and provided Bedside Evaluation of Dysphagia under clinical supervision.
  • Assisted with MBS/VFSS procedures to determine the presence, severity, and nature of Pts dysphagia.

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28. Cerebral Palsy

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  • Collaborated with Occupational Therapy to co-treat children with Cerebral Palsy, Autism and other highly involved children.
  • Provided treatment for children with autism, intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, articulation, phonology, and language disorders.
  • Assessed children with various etiologies including children with autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and language delays.
  • Assisted with the programming and training of an AAC device for a child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Provide oral motor stimulation to patients with Cerebral Palsy andAutism, design and develop specialized activities to achieve the goal outlined.

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29. Evaluation Reports

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  • Analyzed and interpreted diagnostic information, wrote evaluation reports, and made recommendations regarding need for speech/language therapy.
  • Completed documentation including evaluation reports, progress notes, and insurance re-certification reports according to company protocol.
  • Performed chart reviews and generated consultation reports, instrumental swallowing evaluation reports and progress notes.
  • Composed diagnostic evaluation reports and session progress notes for physician review.
  • Entered daily notes and evaluation reports into electronic records system.
  • Created formal evaluation reports and developed treatment goals.
  • Administered non-standardized assessments and created evaluation reports.
  • Composed evaluation reports for all diagnostic evaluations.
  • Completed appropriate paperwork including initial evaluation reports, weekly progress notes, and discharge summaries, for patients on caseload.
  • Created comprehensive lesson plans, wrote detailed SOAP notes as well as evaluation and re-evaluation reports.
  • Documented evaluation reports, daily treatment sessions, weekly care conference notes, and discharge reports.
  • Documented daily session results, responsible for formulating progress notes, and evaluation reports.
  • Completed chart reviews, evaluation reports, and daily/weekly progress notes using Epic Software.
  • Administered speech, language and swallowing evaluations to patients and wrote evaluation reports.
  • Completed chart reviews and wrote biweekly progress notes and initial evaluation reports.
  • Generated evaluation reports, lesson plans, and transcribed language samples.
  • Developed evaluation reports, SOAP notes, and therapy goals.
  • Documented SOAP notes and evaluation reports on Epic computer software.
  • Developed daily treatment plans, treatment goals, progress reports, and evaluation reports to identify need of services.
  • Completed required paperwork on-time, including, evaluation reports, discharge summaries, progress reports, and recertification reports.

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30. Alternative Communication

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  • Developed implementation of an augmentative/alternative communication system.
  • Utilized augmentative alternative communication strategies.
  • Directed therapy activities focused on articulation, language, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in pediatric populations.
  • Prepared and conducted therapy sessions to effectively increase clients' nonverbal communication skills utilizing augmentative and alternative communication methods.
  • Utilized and integrated alternative communication devices and American Sign Language (ASL) to enhance functional communication.
  • Conducted treatment utilizing augmentative and alternative communication methods to promote development of nonverbal and verbal communication.
  • Programmed and implemented augmentative and alternative communication devices to fit client needs.
  • Performed augmentative & alternative communication evaluation and trials of devices.
  • Create and implement augmentative/alternative communication devices for students.
  • Administered therapy using augmentative and alternative communication devices.
  • Created augmentative alternative communication devices.
  • Worked one-on-one with students with severe impairments, targeting responses through alternative communication modes such as switches and eye gaze.
  • Experience: Augmentative and alternative communication, also I worked as an active member of a multidisciplinary staff.
  • Experience with speech/language treatment of autism, hearing impairment, voice disorders, and augmentative and alternative communication.
  • Program and provide instruction in the use of augmentative and alternative communication devices.
  • Implemented Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for children with autism.
  • Assessed children and adults for appropriate and effective implementation of augmentative and alternative communication using Dynavox and Prentke-Romich products.
  • Assisted supervising speech-language pathologist with the implementation of the augmentative and alternative communication group, Tichenor Talkers.
  • Experience with interactive metronome, augmentative/alternative communication devices, and pragmatic groups.
  • Develop and implement various Augmentative and Alternative Communication modalities and techniques.

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31. Hearing Screenings

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  • Provided an in-service and hearing screenings to residents in Independent Living regarding age-related hearing loss.
  • Conducted comprehensive evaluations and hearing screenings for children and adults.
  • Administered preschool speech/language/hearing screenings of incoming students.
  • Performed hearing screenings and audiological evaluations.
  • Conducted hearing screenings * Participated in IEP meetings * Collaborated with speech pathologists and classroom teachers for goal writing and treatment plans
  • Provided patients with routine hearing screenings and made referrals to see an audiologist if deemed necessary.
  • Participated in kindergarten speech-language and hearing screenings, as well as eligibility and IEP meetings.
  • Administered and scored a variety of norm-referenced speech and language assessments and hearing screenings.
  • Conducted hearing screenings and screenings for speech and language disorders.
  • Administered norm-referenced tests, functional assessments, and hearing screenings.
  • Performed speech-language and hearing screenings for school age children.
  • Conducted hearing screenings and made referrals as needed.
  • Completed hearing screenings and early childhood screenings.
  • Administered speech, language and hearing screenings.
  • Provided routine hearing screenings and tympanometry to rule out a conductive hearing loss and/or presence of middle ear fluid.
  • Conducted hearing screenings, speech and language evaluations, and nasometry evaluations.
  • Provided hearing screenings to child and adults in the Valdosta community.
  • Conducted hearing screenings on clients and interpreted audiograms.
  • performed hearing screenings on Spanish speaking children using audiometers and tympanometers.
  • Administered hearing screenings; AC, BC, word recognition testing, tympanometry and Otoscopy with supervision.

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32. Diagnostic Evaluations

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  • Developed diagnostic evaluations and remediation techniques in the areas of articulation and language, and fluency Additional Clinical Experience
  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations and provided individual therapy for adult client with aphasia and pragmatic impairments secondary to stroke
  • Perform diagnostic evaluations to identify areas of deficits in the areas of articulation and language.
  • Completed diagnostic evaluations and facilitated intervention for children in kindergarten through eighth grade.
  • Administered formal and informal diagnostic evaluations to patients in a Skilled Nursing Facility.
  • Implemented diagnostic evaluations in order to assess students receiving speech-language therapy services.
  • Collaborated with site supervisor in new patient interviews and diagnostic evaluations.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations using formal assessment batteries and informal measures.
  • Performed bedside feeding and swallowing diagnostic evaluations for adult patients.
  • Perform diagnostic evaluations to identify individuals with communication disorders.
  • Performed comprehensive speech and language diagnostic evaluations.
  • Administered formal assessment measures during diagnostic evaluations.
  • Scheduled diagnostic evaluations and therapy sessions.
  • Facilitate formal and informal diagnostic evaluations and implementation of therapy for clients with speech, language, cognitive and social disorders.
  • Perform diagnostic evaluations and participate in Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) meetings.
  • Administered speech, language and voice diagnostic evaluations including the CASL.
  • Implement and write in-depth diagnostic evaluations.
  • Completed initial diagnostic evaluations for cognitive communication and dysphagia clients.
  • Conduct diagnostic evaluations for speech and language delays to determine presence and severity of disorders.
  • preformed speech and hearing screenings Diagnostic evaluations Treated clients with articulation disorders and a client with Downs syndrome

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33. Language Evaluations

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  • Administered bedside swallow examinations and language evaluations to adult patients in acute care.
  • Performed comprehensive speech and language evaluations using a variety of standardized tools.
  • Administered comprehensive speech-language evaluations for initial evaluations, re-evaluations and annual reviews.
  • Conducted hearing screenings and administered speech and language evaluations and assessments.
  • Participated in bedside swallow/ language evaluations and Modified Barium Swallow studies.
  • Conducted speech and language evaluations and treatment of preschool-aged children with autism
  • Conducted speech/language evaluations for pediatric outpatient population with autism.
  • Performed individual speech and language evaluations.
  • Conducted speech-language evaluations and screenings.
  • Planned and administered speech-language evaluations.
  • Administered speech and language evaluations.
  • Conduct thorough oral mechanism exams, swallow and language evaluations to adults with profound mental impairments.
  • Administered formal and informal speech and language evaluations for infants and preschool children.
  • Administered extensive speech & language evaluations to adult and pediatric clients.
  • Conducted speech-language evaluations in English and Spanish for bilingual toddlers.
  • Conducted speech and language evaluations for children of ages 3-21.
  • Administered formal and informal speech and language evaluations including the EVT, LAC-3, GFTA, OWLs, PPVT and WJ-RACH.
  • Conducted speech and language evaluations and developed IEPs.
  • Performed formal and informal cognitive and language evaluations, and directed treatment for patients with nonfluent aphasias and cognitive impairments.
  • Conducted speech and language evaluations for adults with neurogenic disorders (Cognitive Decline, Head Trauma, Cerebrovascular Accidents).

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34. CVA

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  • Assessed, designed, and administered therapy for adults with left CVA's and developed verbal and written reporting skills.
  • Conducted speech, language, and cognitive evaluations for individuals following TBI and CVA.
  • Provided CVA and TBI education to families after the traumatic injuries occurred.
  • Participated in innovative management of cases including traumatic brain injury,CVA, spinal cord injuries and oncology patients.
  • Experience with CVA, Parkinson's Disease, dementia, brain injury, tracheostomy, and other various diagnoses.
  • Developed and implemented therapy for post CVA clients with non-fluent aphasia and apraxia in an aphasia group.
  • Planned and implemented therapy in an outpatient setting for post CVA, TBI, and dysphagia clients.
  • Work with adults in a rehabilitation unit in areas of: Aphasia, Dysphagia, and CVA
  • Work with a variety of residents on caseload * Treat residents with dysphagia, aphasia, CVA, TBI, etc.
  • Participated in videofluoroscopic swallowing studies for patients with CVA, dementia, cancer, pneumonia & vocal fold paralysis.

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35. Diagnostic Reports

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  • Execute all clinical responsibilities independently including writing diagnostic reports, progress reports, re-evaluations, and logging of daily clinical data.
  • Planned and implemented diagnostic evaluations and wrote diagnostic reports including a variety of standardized tests for pediatric and adolescent clients.
  • Administered standardized norm-referenced and criterion-referenced assessments; analyzed results to develop comprehensive diagnostic reports for future therapeutic courses of action.
  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations; administered standardized tests, hearing screenings, oral motor exams, and completed official diagnostic reports.
  • Completed extensive diagnostic reports and provided recommendations as needed for treatment goals and/or further evaluation.
  • Assessed adults and children using various standardized testing measures and developed diagnostic reports.
  • Prepared and implemented diagnostic plans and input diagnostic reports on hospital database.
  • Administered comprehensive speech and language evaluations and wrote formal diagnostic reports.
  • Composed comprehensive diagnostic reports and weekly progress notes regarding specific patients.
  • Administered diagnostic evaluations and composed diagnostic reports.
  • Maintained daily/weekly progress notes and diagnostic reports.
  • Collected new patient intake, completed required paperwork electronically such as diagnostic reports, SOAP notes, treatment plans, etc.
  • Write diagnostic reports, lesson plans, treatment plans, and progress notes for clients with a variety of disorders.
  • Maintained clinical records including writing diagnostic reports, progress reports, re-evaluations, and logging of daily clinical data.
  • Gained experienced in writing long and short term goals and objectives, diagnostic reports, and documenting progress.
  • Maintained clinical records of written diagnostic reports, SOAP notes, discharge summary and re-evaluations.
  • Gained experience in writing goals and objectives, diagnostic reports, and documenting progress.
  • Created professional written diagnostic reports for IEP meetings, parents, and teachers.
  • Documented diagnostic reports to be given to the clients' caregiver.
  • Developed and implemented individual treatment plans including treatment goals, diagnostic reports, discharge summaries and home programs.

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36. Cognitive Deficits

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  • Generated screening measurement for newly admitted residents to ascertain communicative or cognitive deficits requiring further assessment.
  • Created and carried out individualized treatment programs to address communicative and cognitive deficits.
  • Evaluated and treated adults with speech, language, swallowing or cognitive deficits following acute injury or illness.
  • Worked with clients with varying levels of cognitive deficits, language deficits and motor speech deficits.
  • Treated students with speech, language, and cognitive deficits in a school-based setting.
  • Completed bedside clinical swallow assessments and screenings for cognitive deficits using the mini MOCA.
  • Facilitated assessment and treatment of clients with dysphagia and cognitive deficits.
  • Conducted group treatment with clients who have Aphasia and clients who have cognitive deficits Conducted treatment in both individual and group settings
  • Assessed and treated patients with dysphagia, cognitive deficits, and speech and language deficits.
  • Conducted therapy sessions for clients with aphasia, apraxia, and cognitive deficits.
  • Assessed residents with dementia, aphasia, dysphagia, and cognitive deficits and implemented treatment.

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  • Implemented speech-language services for children diagnosed with a variety of speech-language disorders including: articulation and expressive/receptive language.
  • Provided Response to Intervention strategies for classroom teachers and implemented strategies to further determine eligibility for speech-language services.
  • Consulted and collaborated with teachers regarding students receiving speech and language services to develop optimal goals for intervention.
  • Provide speech and language services and diagnostic evaluations to children with varying communication impairments.
  • Analyzed and interpreted information to generate recommendations for Speech/Language services.
  • Maintained appropriate records for each student receiving speech/language services.
  • Provided speech and language services in small group and individual settings for a caseload of up to 40 students.
  • Provided individual speech and language services in English or Spanish in intense critical units and rehabilitation settings with adults.
  • Presented student progress, goals, and ongoing recommendations at IEP meetings to receive speech and language services.
  • Conducted speech and hearing screenings and assessments to qualify children in need of speech and language services.
  • Provided speech-language services to adults in an acute care setting and completed bedside speech-language and swallowing evaluations.
  • Provide speech and language services under the supervision of a licensed speech-language pathologist ages 3-21.
  • Conducted early intervention and elementary school speech and language services within the classroom setting.
  • Documented information for daily and quarterly progress of children receiving speech and language services.
  • Provided speech and language services to K - 5th grade students.
  • Facilitated speech and language services to school aged clients with autism.
  • Provided speech-language services to children ages 4 to 13 years.
  • Provided direct speech and language services in the pull-out setting.
  • Planned and implemented both individual and group speech-language services.
  • Provided speech and language services to pediatric clients with autism in the Early Intervention Program.

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38. Student Learning

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  • Collaborated with Intervention Assistance Teams (IAT) to create and support strategies for student learning and/or behavioral success.

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39. Crisis Intervention

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40. Anxiety Disorders

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41. Informal Assessments

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  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations of children with speech and language disorders, administering a variety of formal and informal assessments.
  • Administered various formal and informal assessments to plan appropriate therapy targets as well as monitored progress.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments and led treatment targeting functional communicative and pragmatic skills for employment.
  • Evaluated possible cognitive disorders and staging dementia levels through a series of standardized and informal assessments.
  • Conducted a wide variety of pediatric diagnostic evaluations, including formal and informal assessments.
  • Assessed and evaluated student abilities through variety of standardized and informal assessments tools.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments to determine eligibility for skilled speech-language therapy services
  • Administered informal assessments to patients in acute inpatient/outpatient care.
  • Administered standardized and informal assessments for school-aged students.
  • Administered norm-referenced tests and informal assessments.
  • Administered formal and informal assessments.
  • Administered formal and informal assessments and screenings to children with diagnosed or suspected articulation, language, and fluency disorders.
  • Performed clinical swallow evaluations, and administered informal assessments of cognition, language, and voice.
  • Administered formal and informal assessments of speech, language, voice, and swallowing.
  • Provided informal assessments, developed treatment plans for clients aged 3 - 69.
  • Evaluate students' speech and language skills through standardized and informal assessments.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments of speech, language and social functions.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments, therapy techniques, parent communication and supervised craniofacial examinations.
  • School Facilitated formal and informal assessments and evaluations.
  • Evaluated and treated speech and language disorders and dysphagia in children through formal and informal assessments; wrote summary reports.

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42. Language Assessments

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  • Administered informal language assessments to Kindergarten - 1st grade students with developmental language delays.
  • Conducted weekly cognitive and language assessments to determine possible TBI in recently returning veterans.
  • Administered standardized speech-language assessments and developed goals and treatment plans based on assessment results.
  • Administered and scored standardized speech and language assessments.
  • Conduct various formal and informal speech and language assessments under the supervision of a licensed SLP.
  • Completed comprehensive language assessments for children with suspected Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD).
  • Administered formal and informal speech and language assessments for children with hearing impairments.
  • Completed articulation and language assessments for first through fifth grade students.
  • Participated in formal speech and language assessments.
  • Perform comprehensive speech and language assessments.
  • Conducted bedside swallow evaluations, language assessments, oral motor function exams Provided language, swallowing, and articulation therapy
  • Completed speech-language assessments of communication disorders including voice impairments, dysphagia, and language and cognitive impairments.
  • Selected and administered appropriate cognition/language assessments to identify patients' strengths and areas of improvement.
  • Provide speech and language assessments and appropriate intervention services to eligible students.. Pre-Kindergarten-5th grade.
  • Conducted formal and informal assistive technology and language assessments.
  • Conducted videofluoroscopic swallow studies, bedside swallow evaluations, dysphagia therapy, language assessments/therapy, voice assessments/therapy, and report writing.

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43. School-Age Children

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  • Treated and evaluated preschool-age children with speech and language delays/impairments at Burnley-Moran and Clark Elementary schools.
  • Provided formal and informal evaluation of various types of communication disorders for school-age children.
  • Provided evaluation and remediation of various forms of communication disorders for school-age children.
  • Performed assessments and treatment for school-age children with a variety of communication deficits.
  • Conducted weekly evaluations on school-age children using formal and informal measures.
  • Provided treatment for infants, preschoolers, and school-age children with hearing impairments and central processing disorders in individual therapy sessions.
  • Planned and conduced individual speech and language therapy for school-age children presenting with varying language and learning disorders.
  • Provided speech and language assessment and treatment to school-age children (grades K-6).
  • Provided assessment and treatment to school-age children with speech & language disabilities.
  • Identified atypical and typical speech and language development in preschool and school-age children Documented screening results and recommendations for parents
  • Provided speech and language intervention to school-age children from 6-12 years old in self-contained classrooms and therapy room settings.

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44. Pediatrics

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  • Assessed, designed, and administered therapy for pediatrics addressing articulation and language.
  • Exhibited ease of presenting with director of pediatrics through co-leading PowerPoint for staff.
  • Conducted Tailored Barium Swallow Studies for dysphagia evaluation for adults and pediatrics patients.

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45. Classroom Management

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46. Adult Clients

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  • Evaluated and provided therapy to preschool age through adult clients diagnosed with language-based learning disabilities and reading disabilities.
  • Provided inpatient and outpatient therapy for adult clients with cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Provided over 100+ hours of skilled treatment for adult clients with diverse communication and swallowing disorders within the rehabilitation setting.
  • Developed individual, personalized goals for pediatric and adult clients based on evaluation results and client input.
  • Provided speech and language therapy and evaluation for pediatric and adult clients.
  • Implemented effective treatment programs for adult clients with traumatic brain injuries.
  • Integrated AAC devices into the assessment and treatment of adult clients.
  • Performed speech and language assessments for pediatric and adult clients.
  • Researched and implemented appropriate language treatment methods for adult clients.
  • Created home programs for adolescent and adult clients.
  • Integrated AAC device into treatment with adult clients.
  • Evaluated and treated individually adult clients with reduced expressive and receptive language abilities secondary to aphasia and verbal and oral apraxia.
  • Programmed and used both Dynavox and PRC communication devices to teach and encourage nonverbal adult clients with intellectual disabilities to communicate.
  • Implemented personalized speech therapy plans for in-office visits across pre-adolescent and adult clients.
  • Voice Clinical Practicum Planned and organized individual treatment sessions for pediatric and adult clients with voice disorders.
  • Conducted hearing screenings for adult clients in an educational setting (e.g.

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47. Gfta-2

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  • Administered speech and language screenings and standardized diagnostic assessments (CELF-5, CELF-P2, GFTA-2, ROWPVT-4, and EOWPVT-4).
  • Administered the Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation-2 (GFTA-2) and the Oral and Written Language Scales test (OWLS).
  • Administered evaluations with a variety of testing tools, including the CELF-4, SSI-4, and GFTA-2.
  • Administered diagnostic assessments (CELF-5, GFTA-2, TELD-3) and completed comprehensive evaluations.
  • Administered GFTA-2, CELF-P. * Analyzed assessment and composed a diagnostic report.
  • Administered, scored, and interpreted CELF-P-2; CELF-4; GFTA-2; PLS-4; TAPS-3; TOPL-2.
  • Gained experience with the following assessment tools: GFTA-2, CAAP, PLS-5, KLPA-2
  • Assessed clients using GFTA-2, KSPT, BADS, CAPE-V, MoCA
  • Assessed clients using GFTA-2, PLS-5
  • Administered the GFTA-2 as a screener and attended CPSE meetings.

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48. Pls-5

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  • Administered and interpreted results obtained from the Preschool Language Scale Screener-5 and the Preschool Language Scales- Fifth Edition (PLS-5).
  • Administered standardized tests including: the PLS-5, Goldman-Fristoe, Expressive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Test, Receptive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Test
  • Conducted, scored, and interpreted results of Preschool Language Scale (PLS-5).
  • Conducted assessments utilizing the CELF-5 and PLS-5.
  • Administered CELF-5, PLS-5, EVT-2, OWLS, and TNL assessments.
  • Administered PLS-5, GARS, AND ROSETTI.
  • Administer the Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals-Fifth Edition (CELF-5), Preschool Language Scales-Fifth Edition (PLS-5) and Brigance.
  • Completed evaluations using the REEL, PLS-5, and Rosetti standardized assessments, language samples, and informal observations.

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49. Language Screenings

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  • Conducted speech and language screenings utilizing protocols specified by supervising SLP.
  • Performed speech/language screenings and evaluations to assess students.
  • Conducted articulation and language screenings for incoming students using the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL).
  • Administered hearing, speech and language screenings to preschool, elementary, and middle school students.
  • Perform speech and language screenings specific to the patient/client, with the supervising Speech-Language Pathologist present.
  • Conducted speech and language screenings with all new incoming students for the Fall of 2012.
  • Conducted speech and language screenings to identify children in need of a diagnostic evaluation.
  • Conducted campus wide hearing and language screenings for students, faculty and community members.
  • Perform speech and language screenings and provide counseling to patients and their families.
  • Provided language screenings to young children in local daycare centers in the Metropolitan area
  • Conducted speech and language screenings as well as speech and language evaluations.
  • Assisted in evaluating students by conducting speech and language screenings/testing.
  • Conducted speech and language screenings for school-aged clients.
  • Conducted language screenings at the IDEAL School.
  • Conducted speech and language screenings.
  • Performed speech and language screenings.
  • Served as a member of a weekly interdisciplinary craniofacial team providing comprehensive care through the completion of speech and language screenings.

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50. Medicaid

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  • Collected qualitative/quantitative data on students' communication goals and assisted with maintenance of records as required for Medicaid billing.
  • Completed accurate and thorough progress reports and Medicaid billing for students with communication disorders.
  • Completed Medicaid billing and documentation for therapy and evaluations
  • Performed monthly re-evaluations for Medicaid and insurance.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation and Medicaid billing.
  • Submitted billing via Medicaid procedures.
  • Maintained daily records of each student's progress toward IEP goals in a format that was accepted by the Medicaid system.
  • Completed thorough therapy treatment documentation and treatment notes, as well as Medicaid billing.
  • Assisted in completing the Medicaid funding process for acquiring speech generated devices.
  • Completed appropriate documentation (progress notes, Medicaid billing).
  • Maintained patient therapy notes and Medicaid billing.
  • Screened patients with changes and new admissions Maintained appropriate documentation according to Medicare, Medicaid and other providers.
  • Reviewed treatment goals and carry-over strategies with parents Responsible for coding billing for Medicaid and insurance plans

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20 Most Common Skills For A Speech-Language Pathology Internship

Language Disorders

19.9%

Occupational Therapy Services

14.3%

Speech Therapy

13.9%

Receptive Language Disorders

5.8%

Dysphagia

5.7%

Aphasia

4.7%

Group Therapy Sessions

3.8%

IEP

3.7%

Childhood Apraxia

3.5%

Treatment Plans

3.3%

Barium Swallow Studies

3.1%

Patient Care

2.8%

Dysarthria

2.6%

Developmental Disabilities

2.1%

AAC

2.1%

Traumatic Brain Injury

2.0%

Lesson Plans

1.8%

Caseload

1.7%

Dementia

1.6%

Language Therapy

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Speech-Language Pathology Internship

Rank Skill
1 Language Disorders 16.5%
2 Occupational Therapy Services 11.9%
3 Speech Therapy 11.5%
4 Receptive Language Disorders 4.9%
5 Dysphagia 4.7%
6 Aphasia 3.9%
7 Group Therapy Sessions 3.1%
8 IEP 3.1%
9 Childhood Apraxia 2.9%
10 Treatment Plans 2.8%
11 Barium Swallow Studies 2.6%
12 Patient Care 2.3%
13 Dysarthria 2.2%
14 Developmental Disabilities 1.7%
15 AAC 1.7%
16 Traumatic Brain Injury 1.7%
17 Lesson Plans 1.5%
18 Caseload 1.4%
19 Dementia 1.3%
20 Language Therapy 1.3%
21 Down Syndrome 1.1%
22 Speech-Language Pathology 1.0%
23 Language Impairments 1.0%
24 Ccc-Slp 0.9%
25 Expressive Language 0.9%
26 Parkinson 0.8%
27 MBS 0.8%
28 Cerebral Palsy 0.8%
29 Evaluation Reports 0.8%
30 Alternative Communication 0.8%
31 Hearing Screenings 0.7%
32 Diagnostic Evaluations 0.7%
33 Language Evaluations 0.7%
34 CVA 0.5%
35 Diagnostic Reports 0.5%
36 Cognitive Deficits 0.5%
37 Language Services 0.4%
38 Student Learning 0.4%
39 Crisis Intervention 0.4%
40 Anxiety Disorders 0.3%
41 Informal Assessments 0.3%
42 Language Assessments 0.3%
43 School-Age Children 0.3%
44 Pediatrics 0.3%
45 Classroom Management 0.3%
46 Adult Clients 0.3%
47 Gfta-2 0.3%
48 Pls-5 0.3%
49 Language Screenings 0.3%
50 Medicaid 0.3%
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