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Speech Language Pathologist

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Location:
Kissimmee, Florida, 34746, United States
Salary:
35 per hour
Posted:
March 11, 2012
Email:
bjew3z@r.postjobfree.com
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Colette Lantélme, M.Ed., CCC-SLP **** Summer Springs Drive
Franklinton, NC 27525
919-***-****
bjew3z@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE Skilled speech language pathologist with experience in planning, administering and diagnosing children and adults in clinical and natural settings. Seeking a position in a well established organization in which my specializations are utilized and fostered.

EDUCATION

Communication Disorders, M.Ed., December 2009 Magna Cum Laude
Specializations: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), Autism, Early Intervention, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Populations
North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC

Speech Communications, B.A., August 1991
West Chester University, West Chester, PA

WORK EXPERIENCE

Durham Public Schools
Durham, North Carolina
20010-2012

Speech Language Pathologist
• Serve Title1 and multiple disability classrooms for preschool and school aged children in both inclusive and pull-out settings.
• Serve outreach preschool children in the home, daycare and classroom settings.
• Plan and implement students’ Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) with teachers, support staff and parents.
• Utilize low and high tech assistive technology in multiple disability classrooms.
• Provide individualized and group therapy models.
• Participate in monthly speech-language pathologist meetings to discuss and review new therapy principles and techniques and best practices.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Warrenton, North Carolina
Fall 2009

Warren County Public Schools
• Served K-5 children with articulation, phonological and language disorders in inclusive and pullout settings.
• Participated in monthly peer review meetings to discuss caseload and determine eligibility and goals.
• Participated in IEP meetings to determine individual needs of children served.
• Utilized low and high tech assistive technology during therapy.

Butner, North Carolina
Summer 2009

Murdoch Developmental Center
• Served adults with various communication disorders in a residential facility.
• Created and utilized high and low tech assistive technology to assist clients with communication skills.
• Assisted in assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders.
• Assisted in writing treatment plans and progress notes.
• Participated in consultations with clients and family members.

Durham, North Carolina
Spring 2009

Private Practice: MTS Speech & Language Services, Inc.
• Provided speech and language therapy to preschoolers and school aged children.
• Provided speech, language and hearing screenings.
• Participated in parent/teacher consultations.

Indiana University at Bloomington (IUB)
Training for Research and Academic Careers in Communication Sciences (TRAACS)
Summer 2008

Speech Disfluency Lab
• Researched disfluency disorders in children.
• Administered fluency exams.
• Attended daily workshops on research and academia.
• Presented a poster board on fluency disorders to faculty, staff and students at IUB.

Spring 2008 & Fall 2008

Articulation Disorders
• Treated articulation disorders in a child.
• Provided auditory awareness and play based therapeutic techniques to modify articulation disorders.

Language Disorders
• Evaluated, diagnosed, and treated language disorders in children and adults.
• Utilized AAC techniques to assist non-verbal adult with autism to communicate more effectively.
• Completed phase one of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) to assist a child with autism to communicate wants and needs.
• Engaged adult client with aphasia to utilize Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) to assist in cognitive skills.
• Treated verbal apraxia in adult utilizing sequence therapy training.

Fall 2007

Assistive Technology Infant and Preschoolers Project (ATIPP)

• Provided individual and group therapy to children with developmental and speech and language delays.
• Utilized dramatic play, art, music, and emergent literacy techniques to assist in language development.
• Developed literacy kits to facilitate home literacy techniques and skills with children and parents.
• Participated in parent consultations and support meetings.
• Provided speech, language and hearing screenings.
CONFERENCES/PRESENTATIONS

2011
Statesville and Iredell County Schools, Statesville, NC: Cycles for Phonology And A Method for Correcting /R/ Using Co-Articulation Workshops

2009

Wake County Public Library, Wake Forest, NC: Presented research findings to audience interested in learning about Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT).

2008

North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association (NCACA), Charlotte, NC
North Carolina Speech Hearing and Language Association (NCSHLA), High Point, NC

2007

North Carolina Speech Hearing and Language Association (NCSHLA), Raleigh, NC
Future Horizons: Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome, Raleigh, NC
The Minority Student Leadership Program (MSLP), Boston, MA
American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), Boston, MA

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Culturally Responsive Early Intervention in Assistive Technology (CREATT) Internship
Training for Research and Academic Careers in Communication Sciences (TRACCS) Internship
Research: Animal-Assisted Therapy as a Reading Intervention Approach with School Aged Children

ARTICLES/PUBLICATIONS

Fall 2008

The ASHA Leader: Minority Students Receive Training in Careers in Research
Communiqué: Minority Students Receive Training in Careers in Research

Spring 2008

Communiqué: NCCU Eagles Soar into ASHA’s Minority Student Leadership Program
Resound: NCCU Eagles Soar into ASHA’s Minority Student Leadership Program

CERTIFICATES

Culturally Responsive Early Intervention in Assistive Technology (CREATT), December 2009

MEMBERSHIPS

American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) 2009-present
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSHLA) 2007-2009
North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association (NCACA) 2008-2009
Minority Student Leadership Program Fall 2007