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Our Services

Our Speech Therapy Team

Jennifer MooreJennifer Moore, MA, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Jen has been a practicing Speech Language Pathologist since graduating with a Master's degree from the University of Northern Colorado in 2007. Over the years she has gained extensive experience working with all ages in the diagnosis and treatment of articulation, language, voice, feeding, swallowing, and fluency deficiencies as well as stuttering, augmentative communication, and traumatic brain injury needs. She also works to improve speaking, listening, reading, writing, and cognitive development.

Jen is a nationally certified member of the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is licensed with the state of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Education. She is also certified in LSVT LOUD, a voice and speech treatment technique for adults and children with motor speech disorders.

In her free time Jen enjoys hiking, biking, camping, and snowboarding with her husband, children, and two dogs. She is passionate about helping patients of all ages to communicate with the people in their lives.

In addition to seeing children in Gunnison, Jen is taking appointments in Crested Butte on Tuesdays.

Randle CecilRandle Cecil, MS, CF-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Randle is a Speech Language Pathologist who graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and completed her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Texas in Dallas. Randle is a nationally certified member of the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is licensed with the state of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Education.

Before joining the speech therapy team at Gunnison Valley Health, Randle was providing in-home speech therapy services in Denver for children. Randle's pediatric experience includes working with children and young adults on the autism spectrum and/or who have feeding, articulation and communication difficulties. She also has experience working with those who communicate with augmentative or alternative communication devices.

Additionally, Randle is passionate about working with adults who may have experienced a stroke, traumatic brain injury, dementia and other neurological diseases that can affect every day swallowing and communication.

When Randle is not attending to the needs of her patients, she enjoys spending time cooking for others, visiting her friends in others states, and exploring the Colorado mountains.

In addition to seeing children in Gunnison, Randle is taking appointments in Crested Butte on Wednesday afternoons.