10184 East I25 Frontage Road
Firestone, CO

Phone: (720)378-6670
Fax: (303)557-9701

Speech Therapists

Brandi-Lynn Greig, M.S., CCC-SLP/Owner Email: Brandilynngreig@inspiringtalkers.com
BrandilynnGreig
Brandi-Lynn holds an ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). She has a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of North Dakota. She has furthered her education by completing the Communication Disorders Program in Severe Disabilities through Western Carolina University. Over 17 years experience in the specialized area of Speech-Generating Device (SGD) service provision to adults and children with complex communication needs with a wide range of cognitive abilities, utilizing both high and low tech equipment. Her experiences also include collaborating and consulting with professionals, family members and other team members regarding assessment, training and therapeutic intervention in SGD.
These experiences incorporated selecting and programming devices, customizing vocabularies, fabricating overlays, evaluating access needs for those who are unable to use their hands to touch the device, determine mounting needs for the device and any necessary switches, problem solving device malfunctions, integrating SGD's with other technologies (i.e. Computers) and problem solving functional use and integration of devices into daily needs.
Jennifer Clark, M.S., CCC-SLP
Therapy Manager
Email: Jenniferclark@inspiringtalkers.com
Jennifer Clark
Jennifer Clark has been with Inspiring talkers since 2010. She is a state and nationally certified speech-language pathologist and holds a certificate in assistive technology from CU Denver. She has a degree in elementary and special education from Montana State University and spent five years as an intensive needs teacher prior to starting graduate school. During her time teaching, she recognized the need for quality speech language intervention for children with limited expressive communication. Jennifer's specialty is augmentative and alternative communication, specifically working with children with complex learning, language, and behavior needs. She is also an adjunct professor at the University of Northern Colorado and teaches the graduate class in augmentative alternative communication there. Jennifer enjoys being outdoors, spending time with her family, cooking, reading, and traveling.
Robby Vickery, M.A., CCC-SLP Email: Robertvickery@inspiringtalkers.com
Robby Vickery
Robby received his Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology at Ball State University in Central Indiana. While in graduate school, Robby completed a school internship focusing on Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC). During that time, he fell in love with helping individuals, with various disabilities and verbal abilities, learn to use a communication device to speak for themselves. He moved from Indiana to Colorado in the summer of 2013 to begin working at Inspiring Talkers. In the summer of 2015, he attended the Talking With Technology Camp at Rocky Mountain Village. This is a week-long camp dedicated to teaching children how to use their AAC devices to communicate. In his spare time, Robby enjoys snowboarding, camping, hiking, biking and traveling.
Sofia Benson-Goldberg Email: Sofiagoldberg@inspringtalkers.com
Sofia Benson-Goldberg
Sofia graduated with her Masters of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of South Florida in 2014. Sofia moved to Fort Collins in the fall of 2014 to begin her clinical fellowship with Inspiring Talkers. Since then, she has earned her certificate of clinical competency (CCC's) and has become a nationally and state certified speech-language pathologist. Sofia is also a member of ASHA, the American Speech and Hearing Association. Sofia's primary focus is providing speech and language services, with an emphasis on literacy, to clients with complex communication needs. In her free time Sofia enjoys cycling, skiing, backpacking, camping and throwing herself into all the adventures Colorado has to offer.
Laura Welsh Email: Laurawelsh@inspiringtalkers.com
Laura Welsh
Laura Welsh has been working at Inspiring Talkers since moving to Colorado from Illinois in the fall of 2013. She is a nationally and state certified speech-language pathologist, and holds a Master's Degree from Eastern Illinois University. She is also a member of ASHA, the American Speech and Hearing Association. She has experience working with children who have a variety of communication disorders, including but not limited to autism, ADHD, apraxia, articulation delays, phonological disorders, stuttering, receptive and expressive language delays, selective mutism, cleft lip/palate, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and the use of augmentative and alternative communication devices (AAC). When Laura is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, Bailey. She enjoys camping, hiking, and fishing.
Kyle Delahanty Email: Kyledelahanty@inspiringtalkers.com
Kyle Delahanty
Kyle received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Marquette University in the summer of 2005. After graduation, he moved to Colorado and dedicated two years of his life to public service through the AmeriCorps NCCC program. At that time, he provided community outreach, assisted low-income families, responded to national disasters, and operated as a Wild Land Fire Fighter with the US Forest Service. After AmeriCorps, Kyle developed a passion for working with children and adults with a wide range of disabilities and communication needs as a paraprofessional and life skills and supports specialist. In 2013 he returned to school to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Northern Colorado. Kyle’s interests as an SLP include the evaluation and treatment of individuals with complex communication needs, early intervention services, and building positive relationships with the families we serve. “My mission is to embody the difference I wish to inspire and to serve to the best of my talents. I aim to be a gentle voice when tensions rise, a positive force for change, and an advocate for those in need.“
Ben Mason Email: Benmason@inspiringtalkers.com
Ben Mason
Ben is a speech-language pathologist who has been working at Inspiring Talkers since moving to Colorado in summer of 2016, after graduating with his Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology from The University of Akron. Ben has experience working with children in various settings and communication disorders such as ADHD, apraxia, articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, cognitive impairments, Down syndrome, expressive and receptive language disorders, fluency disorders, hearing loss, phonological disorders, Prader-Willi Syndrome, social communication, traumatic brain injury and voicing disorders. Ben also has experience programming and implementing augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices with children during therapy. During his free time, Ben enjoys live music, reading, sports, staying active, traveling and volunteering with the Special Olympics.
Kelli Blenden Email: kelliblenden@inspiringtalkers.com
Kelli Blenden
Kelli Blenden received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Northern Colorado in August 2015. During her time since graduate school, Kelli has gained experience working with individuals across the lifespan who experienced articulation, language, cognitive, voice, social, or swallowing disorders. Kelli also spent time working in a preschool for children with hearing loss. In this setting, Kelli provided speech-language therapy that focused on articulation, language, listening, and hearing aid/cochlear implant maintenance and troubleshooting. Kelli was initially drawn to Inspiring Talkers in 2015 for the clinic's focus on the treating the whole child and their family, particularly those children with complex communication needs. During her time with Inspiring Talkers, Kelli has developed a passion for working with children who experience difficulty eating or swallowing. In December 2015, Kelli completed the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding Training and is certified to complete feeding therapy with children who demonstrate both sensory and oral-motor difficulties with feeding. When she's not working, Kelli loves hiking with her husband and two cattle dogs, skiing, rock climbing, reading, and exploring the local food truck scene.
Terri Terrell Email: Territerrell@inspiringtalkers.com
Terri Terrell
Terri received her Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Colorado-Boulder. Since graduating she has worked in preschools, elementary and high schools, as well as, in the private home health care setting. Her experience working with individuals with communication challenges includes but is not limited to those with autism, Down syndrome and other causes of global developmental delay, apraxia and other speech sound disorders, fluency disorders, and dyslexia. While in graduate school Terri completed a clinical assignment at the Talk with Technology Camp organized by Children's Hospital in Empire, CO where she became inspired to work with individuals that use a variety of light and high tech devices to communicate. In addition, Terri also has a passion working with those with reading difficulties and has begun training to be a certified Orton-Gillingham Reading Instructor. In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and two dogs hiking, snowshoeing, camping and gardening. She also loves to swim and read.
Maggie Henriksen Email: Maggiehenriksen@inspiringtalkers.com
Maggie Henriksen
Maggie began working at Inspiring Talkers during the summer of 2016 when she moved to Fort Collins from Kansas City to complete her clinical fellowship in speech-language pathology. She received her Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Iowa after completing her Bachelor's degree at the University of Missouri. Through her experiences as a clinician, Maggie developed a passion for working with individuals with various complex communication needs. She has worked with individuals across the lifespan but particularly enjoys working with children and young adults. When Maggie is not working, she enjoys spending time in the mountains and being able to hike, bike, and ski.
Pamela Wagoner Email: Pamelawagoner@inspiringtalkers.com
Pamela Wagoner
Pamela is a speech language pathologist who began working for Inspiring Talkers in 2016 while completing her clinical fellowship. She received a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology in 2016 from the University of Northern Colorado. She is also a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and holds a provisional state licensure. While completing her graduate studies, she worked with several individuals across the lifespan with mild to severe communication, hearing, and cognitive disabilities. During this time, she developed a passion for working with young children, as well as children with more severe communication needs and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). She also loves working with families to facilitate language growth in the home and getting families involved in the intervention process. While she is not working, Pamela enjoys spending time with her husband, puppy, and family. She loves traveling, dirt biking in the mountains, and being active.
Samantha Strong, M.S., CF-SLP Email: Samanthastrong@inspiringtalkers.com
Samantha Strong
Samantha graduated with her Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of New Mexico in the summer of 2016. During her graduate school experience, Samantha quickly fell in love with working with individuals who use augmentative and alternative communication and moved to Colorado shortly after graduation to begin her clinical fellowship with Inspiring Talkers. Samantha is passionate about providing access to all families, including members of Spanish-speaking communities. In her free time, Samantha enjoys hiking, kayaking, skiing, and cooking for friends and family.
Kaylee Kettle, SLP Email: Kayleekettle@inspiringtalkers.com
Ashley Lerwick
Bio coming soon!