Meet The Staff
Rebecca Lamke Sas, M.S., CCC-SLP has over 13 years of experience working with children to meet their speech and language needs. Prior to joining the Monkey Mouths team, she worked at the Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center as a SLP and Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) specialist. In this position she provided evaluations, classroom consultations, training programs, and information on Assistive Technology (AT) to Oklahoma Public Schools, administrators, educators, service providers, and parents. Rebecca has also worked in the public school setting. As a school speech therapist she served students ages 3-21 providing evaluations and interventions for articulation, fluency, voice, and language disorders. She is skilled at using various approaches to therapy including use of the Sound Card System, Assistive Technology, total communication, principals of ABA, and social stories. She also served as a member of the school district’s AT team providing evaluations, interventions, and consultations to students, staff, paraprofessionals, and therapists related to AT/AAC. She has training in SETT Framework with Joy Zabala, Ed.D and the Every Move Counts, Clicks and Chats program from Jane Korsten, M.S., CCC-SLP. Rebecca also has experience working in a hearing-impaired pre-school and helping families incorporate the use of signs with infants and children. Rebecca has completed training in PROMPT, the Kaufman Apraxia System, Talk Tools Oral Placement Therapy, Sensory-Motor Feeding with Lori Overland, M.S., CCC-SLP, and Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD). She believes in a child-centered team approach to speech and language therapy using positive feedback while focusing on functional outcomes. Rebecca is married to Ed and is involved in her church. She enjoys being creative with the help of Pinterest.
Megan joined Monkey Mouths, LLC as a speech pathology graduate from the University of Texas at Dallas. Megan completed her Clinical Fellowship Year under the supervision of Erin Bernett and has been practicing at Monkey Mouths for 6.5 years. Upon employment with Monkey Mouths, Megan obtained her PROMPT certification, training with Dr. Carbone PhD, BCBC for verbal ABA techniques and advanced feeding therapy training with Lori Overland M.S., CCC-SLP, Deborah Beckman, M.S., CCC-SLP, and Talk Tools Oral Placement therapy. Megan was also able to pursue training with Nancy Kaufman M.S., CCC and Tamara Kasper M.S., CCC-SLP/BCBA in order to learn new techniques for working with children with apraxia and a duel diagnosis of autism and apraxia. She has also been trained in the Sound Card System. Megan is certified in Vital Stim Therapy, S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Feeding Therapy program, and Vocal Cord Dysfunction. She is a member of Junior League of Fort Worth and Kappa Kappa Gamma alumni and advisory board. Megan enjoys spending time with her husband and their dogs.
Randi Thomas M.S., CCC-SLP has over 11 years of experience working as a pediatric speech-language pathologist. Randi began her career with Cook Children's Medical Center where she completed her Clinical Fellowship Year under the supervision of Erin Bernett M.S., CCC-SLP. Randi has expertise in working with children with hearing impairments from Carol Flexer, PhD, using either an auditory-verbal or a total communication approach depending upon the child's specific needs. She has had extended training in developmental apraxia and motor-planning disorders including training with Nancy Kaufman M.S., CCC-SLP and PROMPT therapy. Randi has experience with programming and integrating alternative augmentative communication (AAC) into daily activities using Dynavox/Mayer Johnson, LAMP, and Prentke Romich. Her oral-motor/feeding skills include instruction from Sara R. Johnson M.S., CCC-SLP, Deborah Beckman M.S., CCC-SLP Marsha Dunn Klein Med, OTR, Catherine Shaker M.S., CCC-SLP, and S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Feeding Therapy program. She has also received training in applied behavior analysis with Tamara Kasper, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCBA. Randi's definition of successful treatment is to have the parents involved in therapy so that they feel empowered to work with their child in the home on a regular basis. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Brandon, and their two children.
Alexandra Torget M.Ed., CCC-SLP has been practicing as a speech-language pathologist for over 9 years. Alexandra began her career at Children’s Hospital of Richmond Virginia where she provided medically-based diagnostic and treatment services to an outpatient pediatric population. Alexandra has also worked in an adult long-term acute care hospital and is able to apply her adult neurological experience to the pediatric population. Alexandra has received training in PROMPT, the Sound Card System, and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech with Edythe Strand, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and has been able to utilize this training in working with children with motor planning disorders, as well as children with low muscle tone. Since joining the Monkey Mouths team, she has completed training with Deborah Beckman, M.S., CCC-SLP, Talk Tools Oral Placement Therapy, and Lori Overland M.S., CCC-SLP for oral-motor placement and sensory-motor feeding disorders. Alexandra received certification in the S.O.S. (Sequential Oral Sensory) Feeding Therapy program and NMES training in order to utilize Vital Stim Therapy. Alexandra also enjoys working with children with fluency disorders and has done Preschool Fluency Training by Nina Reardon-Reeves M.S., CCC-SLP. Alexandra says, “I believe every person (child) deserves to effectively communicate with their environment and it is my job to facilitate that ability.” Alexandra is married with two children.
Alex J. loves having a good time at speech. Whether he’s movin’ or shakin’, there’s always a reason for a good PECS exchange!