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Christina Stec


Christina is married with a dog. She graduated with a Bachelor of Education in Communication Disorders degree from the University of Arkansas in 2011. She received a Master of Communication Sciences and Disorders degree from the University of Central Arkansas in 2014. Christina moved to Fort Smith after she got married. Knowing she wanted to work with young children, she applied at KULA. She loves early intervention. Helping children better communicate their wants and needs is extremely rewarding to her. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her family and friends. She and her husband also enjoy traveling together. When asked what super-human power she would possess, if possible, she said “super-human strength.”

Christina has been trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), which allows children who have little or no communication abilities a means of communicating non-verbally. She is a member of the Amercian Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Lane Mott


Lane graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017 with a Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She had the opportunity to work in our Farmington location as a classroom tech before starting school in the fall of 2015 and loved it, so she came back when she heard an opening was available. She loves building rapport with children and being creative in therapy. Lane plays the cello. She loves going to concerts and watching basketball games. She also loves helping people. She volunteers at the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and VA hospital. Lane has been trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), which allows children who have little or no communication abilities a means of communicating non-verbally. 

Kelsey Renihan


Kelsey attended the University of Central Arkansas where she earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in speech-language pathology. Wanting to work with pediatrics in a naturalistic setting, she sought employment at KULA. She enjoys language stimulation therapy and working with children with autism to identify their ideal mode of communication. In her personal life, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and three dogs. She likes hiking, camping, swimming – anything outdoors. She loves traveling and meeting new people in new places. If she could possess one super-human power, it would be the ability to fly.

Kelsey has received specialized training in Pivotal Response Training, a method of systematically applying the scientific principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to teach children with autism functional social-communicative and adaptive behaviors within a naturalistic teaching format. She has also received tracheostomy training. Kelsey speaks some Spanish. She is a member of the Amercian Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Christina Stec


Christina is married with a dog. She graduated with a Bachelor of Education in Communication Disorders degree from the University of Arkansas in 2011. She received a Master of Communication Sciences and Disorders degree from the University of Central Arkansas in 2014. Christina moved to Fort Smith after she got married. Knowing she wanted to work with young children, she applied at KULA. She loves early intervention. Helping children better communicate their wants and needs is extremely rewarding to her. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her family and friends. She and her husband also enjoy traveling together. When asked what super-human power she would possess, if possible, she said “super-human strength.”

Christina has been trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), which allows children who have little or no communication abilities a means of communicating non-verbally. She is a member of the Amercian Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Lane Mott


Lane graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017 with a Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She had the opportunity to work in our Farmington location as a classroom tech before starting school in the fall of 2015 and loved it, so she came back when she heard an opening was available. She loves building rapport with children and being creative in therapy. Lane plays the cello. She loves going to concerts and watching basketball games. She also loves helping people. She volunteers at the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and VA hospital. Lane has been trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), which allows children who have little or no communication abilities a means of communicating non-verbally.

Kelsey Renihan


Kelsey attended the University of Central Arkansas where she earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in speech-language pathology. Wanting to work with pediatrics in a naturalistic setting, she sought employment at KULA. She enjoys language stimulation therapy and working with children with autism to identify their ideal mode of communication. In her personal life, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and three dogs. She likes hiking, camping, swimming – anything outdoors. She loves traveling and meeting new people in new places. If she could possess one super-human power, it would be the ability to fly.

Kelsey has received specialized training in Pivotal Response Training, a method of systematically applying the scientific principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to teach children with autism functional social-communicative and adaptive behaviors within a naturalistic teaching format. She has also received tracheostomy training. Kelsey speaks some Spanish. She is a member of the Amercian Speech-Language Hearing Association.

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