Alyssa Lane Cover Letter 2
To Whom It May Concern:
I was excited to see your posting for a Case Coordinator.
My background includes several years of experience in working with various speech, hearing, and articulation disorders, along with earning my Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from the University of North Texas. My most recent experience as an SLP Assistant was with a home health company in Houston.
In this position, I demonstrated many abilities that are related to the skills needed for a Case Coordinator. As an SLP Assistant, it was my responsibility to communicate with the parents and caregivers of the children on my caseload. Listening to their concerns and addressing them was just as important as the therapy I was providing to their children. Each child was provided with a Home Exercise Program, and it was my job to train the caregivers on how to implement this. Every child had unique needs and every caregiver had personal concerns, and my programs, advice, and trainings had to be developed and delivered in a way to address all of these sensitive needs on a case by case basis. In addition, as an SLP Assistant working in the Dallas area, it was my responsibility to coordinate appointments and set schedules by phone. It was important that I be able to communicate clearly with and understand caregivers over the phone to be able to successfully set up and change appointments.
Other responsibilities included planning therapy sessions and activities to address the goals provided by my supervisor; implementing these plans and providing therapy to children from birth to 17 years; coordinating communication between clients and supervisor; taking data; and documenting reports of the therapy sessions.
Feel free to call me at 214-250-8543 (cell) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to learning more about this opportunity!