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Dana Reese


Dana graduated from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock with a Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders in 1997. She graduated from the Louisiana Tech University with a Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2010. She is married with two children and two step-children. Dana recently moved to the Fort Smith area to be closer to her family. She has worked in a variety of settings, including public schools, skilled nursing care and early childhood home health. She particularly enjoys language therapy with children. She loves seeing the progress of the patients culminate in the ability to share their thoughts and feelings. Communication is a basic need for everyone. Her life goal is to equip those who have difficulty or are unable to communicate needs, wants and the ability to interact with others. In her personal life, Dana is passionate about helping animals that have been abused or displaced. She also enjoys hiking and being outdoors exploring nature. She volunteers for camps for individuals with special needs and animal shelters and she loves the Humane Society and Special Olympics.

Dana has received special training in play-based therapy, attention and mindfulness and sensory integration to increase social interaction.

Christina Stec


Amanda attended Arkansas State University, where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders in 2000 and a Master’s of Communication Disorders in 2001. She has been working with children for over 15 years and loves seeing them progress and develop new skills. Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and friends and she enjoys watching baseball, reading and being outdoors.

Amanda is certified to provide VitalStim Therapy, a special form of neuromuscular electrical stimulation that helps habilitate and/or re-educate the throat muscles needed for swallowing. It also helps improve facial function (facial paresis and Bell’s palsy). This safe, non-invasive therapy has been used successfully to help thousands regain the pleasures of an oral diet and a higher quality of life.

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 Masters 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. 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 and the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and VA hospital.

Dana Reese


Dana graduated from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock with a Bachelor of Science in Communicative Disorders in 1997. She graduated from the Louisiana Tech University with a Master of Arts Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2010. She is married with two children and two step-children. Dana recently moved to the Fort Smith area to be closer to her family. She has worked in a variety of settings, including public schools, skilled nursing care and early childhood home health. She particularly enjoys language therapy with children. She loves seeing the progress of the patients culminate in the ability to share their thoughts and feelings. Communication is a basic need for everyone. Her life goal is to equip those who have difficulty or are unable to communicate needs, wants and the ability to interact with others. In her personal life, Dana is passionate about helping animals that have been abused or displaced. She also enjoys hiking and being outdoors exploring nature. She volunteers for camps for individuals with special needs and animal shelters and she loves the Humane Society and Special Olympics.

Dana has received special training in play-based therapy, attention and mindfulness and sensory integration to increase social interaction.

Christina Stec


Amanda attended Arkansas State University, where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Disorders in 2000 and a Master’s of Communication Disorders in 2001. She has been working with children for over 15 years and loves seeing them progress and develop new skills. Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and friends and she enjoys watching baseball, reading and being outdoors.

Amanda is certified to provide VitalStim Therapy, a special form of neuromuscular electrical stimulation that helps habilitate and/or re-educate the throat muscles needed for swallowing. It also helps improve facial function (facial paresis and Bell’s palsy). This safe, non-invasive therapy has been used successfully to help thousands regain the pleasures of an oral diet and a higher quality of life.

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 Masters 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. 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 and the Fayetteville Animal Shelter and VA hospital.

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