iLeap: OKC Metro Program Helps Give Voices To Children With Communication Disabilities
Published: Friday, October 29, 2021
For children, it can become extremely frustrating to know what you want to say, but unable to communicate it. There is a program specifically designed to help with that. It’s called iLEAP, an inter-professional language enrichment and pre-kindergarten program. It is located within the John W. Keys Speech and Hearing Center at 1200 N. Stonewall on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus.
“It serves 2 and a half to 4-year-olds that have communication developmental issues as well as some behavior issues,” said Jane Wilson, University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health dean.
The program serves as a bridge, preparing children with communication challenges for school.
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