Speech & Occupational Therapists in Aurora

Contact the Aurora office at 720-535-5671 for an appointment!
Aurora CO Speech & Language Therapist, Occupational Therapists.

Dedicated Speech and Occupational Therapy Experts

Our location in Aurora, CO specializes in speech and occupational therapy. Our staff of compassionate therapists will work alongside you to create a program that focuses on your own individual needs. The Aurora speech and occupational therapy facility is composed of our dedicated professionals who have made bringing you peace their top priority. Learn more about us here and contact our office if you are interested in scheduling a consultation. We look forward to working with you!

Aurora Team Members

AMANDA KING

AMANDA KING

Speech Language Pathologist

CCC

LEAH CASTLE

LEAH CASTLE

Prior Authorization Specialist

MELANIE WISEMAN

MELANIE WISEMAN

Clinical Director & Speech Language Pathologist

CCC

BRITNEY SANDERS

BRITNEY SANDERS

Speech Language Pathologist

CCC

KAYLA YOUNG

KAYLA YOUNG

Occupational Therapist

BAILEE CAVOS

BAILEE CAVOS

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

KATIE HEIN

KATIE HEIN

Speech Language Pathologist

CCC

HEATHER GREGG

HEATHER GREGG

Speech Language Pathologist

MS

LAURA NOEJOVICH

LAURA NOEJOVICH

Speech Language Pathologist

Amanda King

Speech Language Pathologist CCC
Georgia State University

 

Amanda King founded Therapies of the Rockies in 2008 to assist families in obtaining quality therapy services without having to go to a hospital setting. Amanda has grown the company from a solo practitioner speech therapy practice to one of the most well known speech and occupational therapy practices in the Denver-area. Amanda likes to say she “works in the background” making sure TOTR maintains its high standard of excellence and exploring community relationships to make sure TOTR is always serving our community’s needs. She has 2 school aged kiddos and in her spare time can be found skiing at Keystone, walking her dog, or supporting a local restaurant or brewery. 
 
Member: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology, Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Leah Castle 

Prior Authorization Specialist

 

Leah has spent her career in small business environments wearing many hats. Prior to joining the team at Therapies of the Rockies, Leah has worked in the Entertainment and Technology industries honing her administrative, human resources, office management, and client services fields. She is excited to move into the Billing Manager role at Therapies of the Rockies and be part of a team providing excellent patient care.

Leah looks forward to experiencing all four seasons. She is an animal lover, film enthusiast, and avid reader.
Leah Castle 

Prior Authorization Specialist

 

Leah has spent her career in small business environments wearing many hats. Prior to joining the team at Therapies of the Rockies, Leah has worked in the Entertainment and Technology industries honing her administrative, human resources, office management, and client services fields. She is excited to move into the Billing Manager role at Therapies of the Rockies and be part of a team providing excellent patient care.

Leah looks forward to experiencing all four seasons. She is an animal lover, film enthusiast, and avid reader.

Melanie Wiseman

Clinical Director
Speech Language Pathologist CCC
Northeastern University

 

Melanie is the Clinical Director at Therapies of the Rockies, supporting our clinical staff and working collaboratively with the practice managers. She earned her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Northeastern University, and currently holds national certification through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and state licensure in Colorado. Melanie joined the TOTR family in 2013, working hard for the growth of her patients as well as toward the growth and success of the team at Therapies of the Rockies. Melanie strives to incorporate the most up-to-date evidence-based research in her practice, ensuring patients receive dynamic treatment that fits their needs and abilities for expanding their communication. She has focused her continuing education and clinical practice primarily in the areas of Autism and Apraxia of Speech but holds a love for supporting children with all speech and language disorders in children, as well as their families. Melanie’s approach to therapy integrates all areas of child development and supported research approaches while working with the family to build connections from the therapy room to school and home. She makes therapy fun, engaging, and relevant for promoting the most success and carryover in a child’s communication.
 
Member: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Britney Sanders

Speech Language Pathologist CCC
Utah State University

Britney has clinical experience in private practice, school settings, and home health, where she has provided individual and group therapy. She obtained her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Utah State University.
She has extensive knowledge with the 2-5 year old population, as well as school age children. Britney has experience evaluating and treating a range of disorders including expressive and receptive language, articulation, stuttering, social-language, and apraxia. She has also worked with children who communicate with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices. Britney loves working with children and improving their language abilities through literacy.
When Britney is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband traveling, hiking, and exploring more stunning places that Colorado has to offer.

Member: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Britney Sanders

Speech Language Pathologist CCC
Utah State University

Britney has clinical experience in private practice, school settings, and home health, where she has provided individual and group therapy. She obtained her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Utah State University.
She has extensive knowledge with the 2-5 year old population, as well as school age children. Britney has experience evaluating and treating a range of disorders including expressive and receptive language, articulation, stuttering, social-language, and apraxia. She has also worked with children who communicate with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices. Britney loves working with children and improving their language abilities through literacy.
When Britney is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband traveling, hiking, and exploring more stunning places that Colorado has to offer.

Member: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Kayla Young

Occupational Therapist 
Colorado State University

Kayla graduated from Colorado State University with a Masters in Occupational Therapy and joined the Therapies of the Rockies team in 2022. Her passion has always been helping kids increase their quality of life through meaningful engagement in every day activities and loves working closely with families on how to achieve their personal goals. Kayla has previous experience working in a transitional program for young adults navigating life after high school as well as working in the neurology unit of a pediatric outpatient clinic. Kayla’s goals for treatment are to provide tools for her clients to increase their self-efficacy and self-esteem by creating opportunities to participate in desired activities and collaborate with families on how to integrate learned skills into everyday contexts. When she is not working, Kayla enjoys taking her puppy on hikes, reading, baking cookies, and spending time with her husband.

Katie Hein 

Speech Language Pathologist CCC
University of Nebraska Omaha / University of Nebraska Kearney

 

Katie is originally from small town Iowa. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska Omaha and her Master’s from the University of Nebraska Kearney. She has worked in schools, home-based services and in a private practice. Katie has gained experience in a variety of areas including articulation/phonology, expressive/receptive language, Autism Spectrum Disorder, fluency, Down Syndrome as well as feeding difficulties. She has always had a passion for working with kids, especially early language development. In her spare time, Katie enjoys reading, hiking, traveling and spending time with her husband and dog, Lenny.

Katie Hein 

Speech Language Pathologist CCC
University of Nebraska Omaha / University of Nebraska Kearney

 

Katie is originally from small town Iowa. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska Omaha and her Master’s from the University of Nebraska Kearney. She has worked in schools, home-based services and in a private practice. Katie has gained experience in a variety of areas including articulation/phonology, expressive/receptive language, Autism Spectrum Disorder, fluency, Down Syndrome as well as feeding difficulties. She has always had a passion for working with kids, especially early language development. In her spare time, Katie enjoys reading, hiking, traveling and spending time with her husband and dog, Lenny.

Bailee Cavos

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistance
Pueblo Community College

Bailee is a Colorado native and a Certified Occupational Therapist (COTA), who has always had a passion for working with children, helping them to build knowledge and self esteem, through environmental and self-exploration. She spent 6 years as an Early Education Teacher working with children ages 0-12. She went on to earn her certification as a licensed massage therapist to further her pursuit of serving others, through the life span, in a holistic way. She then received her Associates of Applied Science as an Occupational Therapy Assistant and graduated from Pueblo Community College in 2021. Bailee works to build strong therapeutic relationships with her clients and their caregivers and to incorporate the patient’s hobbies and interests into their sessions; all to ensure the greatest therapeutic outcome possible. Her hobbies include spending time in nature with her family and dog, gardening, kayaking and participating in the world of arts and crafts.

Heather Gregg

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
Purdue University

Heather started off in the fine arts, receiving her Bachelor of Music in vocal performance. A passion for healthy singing and skilled teaching eventually led her to Speech Language Pathology. She earned her Master’s Degree from Purdue University, where she gained clinical experience across the lifespan and honed her skills in adult voice and swallowing disorders.

Professional highlights so far include her externship at a voice clinic and directing a Parkinson’s choir for a season. She worked as an independent home health therapist in South Florida for several years before moving back to the west. A bit of a nomad, Heather grew up in the Seattle area, but now feels equally at home in Boston and South Florida. She used to say that Colorado was the only place she could imagine being landlocked, and is thrilled to settle down in Denver with her fiancé and their cat, Luna.

Heather Gregg

Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
Purdue University

Heather started off in the fine arts, receiving her Bachelor of Music in vocal performance. A passion for healthy singing and skilled teaching eventually led her to Speech Language Pathology. She earned her Master’s Degree from Purdue University, where she gained clinical experience across the lifespan and honed her skills in adult voice and swallowing disorders.

Professional highlights so far include her externship at a voice clinic and directing a Parkinson’s choir for a season. She worked as an independent home health therapist in South Florida for several years before moving back to the west. A bit of a nomad, Heather grew up in the Seattle area, but now feels equally at home in Boston and South Florida. She used to say that Colorado was the only place she could imagine being landlocked, and is thrilled to settle down in Denver with her fiancé and their cat, Luna.

Laura Noejovich

Speech Language Pathologist
University of Oregon

Laura graduated from the University of Oregon with a master’s degree in Communication Disorders and Sciences in June of 2023 and joined the Therapies of the Rockies team in March of 2024. Her passion has always been helping people with communication challenges find their voice, especially multilingual populations. Laura has previous experience working in skilled nursing facilities helping English-Spanish bilingual populations communicate with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) modalities and treating aphasia, cognition-communication deficits, swallowing, and voice disorders. In her spare time, Laura enjoys sewing and crafting costumes, cosplaying, painting, makeup, and photography.

Get in Touch

Aurora & Lakewood 

(720) 535-5671

 Fax: (303) 362-8986

Hours

Monday - Thursday — 8am - 6pm
Saturday & Sunday — Closed

Phone Hours:
Monday - Thursday — 9am - 6pm
Friday — 9am - 1pm

Therapy Locations:

2851 S. Parker Road Suite 570

Aurora, CO 80014
274 Union Blvd
Lakewood, CO 80228 Suite 220