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Beth LaneBeth Lane, M.A., CCC-SLP is the co-director for iLEAP. She currently supervises graduate students in administering speech and language therapy and evaluations as well as providing direct intervention to children and adults at the John W. Keys Clinic. She also teaches a class on Introduction to Articulation Disorders and a class on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Her experience includes over 20 years in the public school setting and working with children on the autism spectrum. Her training includes:

  • Autism Summer Internship- University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center MESA Project, 2016
  • LAMP (Language Acquisition through Motor Planning), 2018
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech: The K-SLP methods and behavioral strategies to build successful vocal communication, 2017
  • Applied behavioral Analysis (ABA) in the schools, Level 1 and 2.

Ms. Lane directs the section of the preschool that is designed to assist children on the autism spectrum utilizing behavior supports, picture schedules, and augmentative communication as needed.

Jessica LathemJessica Lathem, M.A., CCC-SLP is the co-director for iLEAP. She currently supervises graduate students in administering speech and language therapy and evaluations as well as providing direct intervention to children and adults at the John W. Keys Clinic. Additionally, she teaches a class on Introduction to Speech Pathology at the University of Oklahoma (Norman campus).

She previously served as chapter leader of the National Stuttering Association Oklahoma family and adult chapters, and Councilor at Large for the Oklahoma Speech Language Hearing Association. 

Her experience includes 8 years of practice in public schools and private clinics. She has experience working with children through adults with all types of communication disorders but her special interest is in treating persons with fluency disorders. She has professional development in the PROMPT method and Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol (K-SLP) for apraxia of speech, AAC systems, and literacy (Lively Letters). Currently, Mrs. Lathem directs the preschool section that provides services for children with speech and language delays.