GraySPEAK Therapy strives to educate, treat, and empower individuals and families through improving speech, language, oral-motor, and feeding skills. Goals are attained with specifically tailored and family-centered approaches using multiple techniques in natural settings. We aspire to improve the quality of life and self-confidence of each person we treat.

Jennifer Gray MS, CCC-SLP earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in speech-language pathology from Northern Arizona University in 2001 and went on to complete two years of post-graduate study at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette focusing on fluency disorders and literacy. She has taught at the undergraduate and graduate level in the area of speech and fluency and has written articles for both specialties. She has specific training in feeding, oral-motor, and oral-placement therapies and currently specializes in treating those with motor speech disorders and dysarthria. She is currently treating, speaking, and writing about speech and feeding difficulties and abilities for those with the diagnosis of Down syndrome. She works closely with the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association and collaborates with the Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children’s Hospital Colorado. She is a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist(SLP) through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association and has worked in university and public school settings and private practice with children and adults with speech, language, motor, and feeding needs.
Hilda Torres, MS, SLP graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Arizona State University in speech-language pathology. During her studies she earned a certificate in bilingual speech-language pathology specializing in Spanish and English. She also assisted with research in motor speech disorders and dysarthria. Hilda has worked with a variety of children and adolescents with autism, developmental delay, chromosomal disorders, specific language impairment, fluency disorders, and/or intellectual impairment. Her sister, who has Down syndrome, was her inspiration to pursue a career as a speech therapist. Hilda is currently working in the Denver area with children with Down syndrome and bilingual Spanish/English speaking children and adolescents.