Ms. Claire E.
specializes in Graduate SLP Student Clinician at Loyola Clinicial Centers · female
"Hi there! I'm Claire and I graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a Bachelor's degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. I am currently finishing up my first year of Loyola's graduate program for Speech-Language Pathology. As a graduate student in this program, I am also a student clinician. I have treated clients in two elementary schools, and multiple clients at Loyola Clinical Centers more...
"Hi there! I'm Claire and I graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a Bachelor's degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. I am currently finishing up my first year of Loyola's graduate program for Speech-Language Pathology. As a graduate student in this program, I am also a student clinician. I have treated clients in two elementary schools, and multiple clients at Loyola Clinical Centers. Primarily I have a heavy background working with pediatric clients with a large array of various needs. All needs are speech and language based.
As current student at Loyola, my clinical experience and coursework from provide an outstanding background in the areas of vocabulary, reading, writing, and phonics for early school age children at the elementary level. I have excellent experience working one-on-one with children from the ages of 4-10 years old, all of whom required speech or language therapy in school or after school. While this may sound different from tutoring, the skills worked on in these environments all include reading, writing, vocabulary, and phonological awareness skills. Everyone has phonological awareness, meaning that from a very very young age, we begin to understand how language is divided into different components. These components include how words make up sentences, and how sounds make up words. Due to my unique background in speech language pathology, this will make me an excellent option as a tutor for a child who has difficulties with spoken and written language (reading, grammar, spelling, word meanings, sounds in words and sounds in sentences etc.). Please feel free to reach out to me with any concerns!
As a current speech language pathology student and graduate student clinician, I have provided services at the individual, group, and classroom level for reading, writing, and vocabulary skills in the past two years in various settings.
I completed an internship at an elementary school to which I would provide services to groups of students in Kindergarten and first grade to practice and improve phonemic awareness skills. Phonemic awareness is the understanding of the relationship of how sounds make up words. Most of this treatment would specifically target Phonics (the relationship between sounds and letters).
Due to my unique background in phonological awareness, spelling also falls under a great deal of language skills that I feel confident to work with school-aged children in. In addition to working with children, I have worked with some adults with Aphasia specifically targeting spelling skills.
If you have any questions about my skillset or if I would be a good fit for your child please don't hesitate to reach out! I look forward to hearing from you." less...
|fee:||$40 (for 60 min)|
|travel distance:||15 miles|
|meeting type:||in-person (not online)|
Education and Qualifications
Loyola University Maryland, Speech Pathology
Loyola University Maryland, Graduate Coursework
Baldwin, MD 21013
|Vocabulary - Phonics|