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14415 E. Smoky Hill Rd.

Aurora, CO 80015

For information or enrollment,

Call: 720-524-7648

Fax: 720-542-9098

Keelee Burtch, PhD BCBA

Executive  Director and Co-Founder

Dr. Burtch has been in the field of developmental disabilities for  over eighteen years, she has a Masters of  ARts in Special Education, a Doctorate in Philosophy in education and Human Resources, and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Dr. Burtch spent the first seven years of her career in public schools as a special education teacher, autism specialist, and eventually a district special education administrator. She eventually left public education for higher education where she was an Associate Professor of Special Education. She wrote and developed a four-course certificate program in autism intervention strategies for teachers. Dr. Burtch opened a private practice in 2008 that focused on in-home behavioral therapy for children and adults with developmental disabilities. The practice grew throughout Colorado and was acquired in 2011 by a national behavioral health organization where she remained the Regional Operations Director until 2012 when she accepted a leadership position at a local non-profit. After four years in non-profit management, her entrepreneur spirit was ready to venture into private practice again. She dreamed of providing quality behavioral services as well as offering respite care and community access for people with developmental disabilities. Dr. Burtch is a member of Association of Behavioral Analysis International (ABAI), Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Four Corners Association of Behavioral Analysis, and Colorado Applied Behavioral Analysis Association (COABA). Dr. Burtch is a past treasurer of the Colorado Coalition of Autism Professionals (COCAP). Her research area is in the supervision of paraprofessionals working with people with developmental disabilities, language development for children with autism, as well as organizational behavior management. Dr. Burtch has three sons. She loves spending time with her family, traveling, golfing, watching football, and running.  

Jessica Low, MA BCBA

Clinical Director and Co-Founder

Jessica began working with children with developmental disabilities in 2001 as a paraprofessional in the public education system. While working in the public education system, she began providing in-home therapy and community based services for children with autism and other developmental disabilities through a local community center board. Jessica completed her Bachelor's of Arts with a Special Education Teaching Licensure in 2009 from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Jessica taught early elementary (K-3rd grade) students in a day treatment facility and also provided behavior consultation services (all grade levels) within the school district she taught. In 2011, Jessica pursued her Masters in Early Childhood Education and Development and BCBA licensure at the University of Colorado Denver. At this time, she also left teaching and began working full time providing direct in-home ABA services for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. In 2013, Jessica obtained her Master's degree in Early Childhood Education and completed her BCBA course work. In 2014, Jessica completed her Board Certification and licensing process to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) as well as the requirements to be a supervisor in the field. Jessica's areas of expertise are in developing and implementing individualized and effective treatment plans that address socially significant behaviors, including those behaviors that present with risk of harm. Jessica has over 10 years of experience working directly with individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities in a variety of settings (i.e. educational settings, home, community and clinic). Jessica has worked with children as young as one all the way up to middle age adults. Jessica is committed to improving the quality of life for the individuals she has the privilege to serve. Jessica is married to a math teacher, and has two sons who she loves spending time with.


Jane Rolland, M.A.Ed., RBT

Behavior Specialist

After receiving her bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama, Jane went on to pursue her Master of Arts in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Texas. Upon completion, she moved from Austin to beautiful Colorado just over a year ago. Jane has worked as a behavior therapist at an ABA therapy clinic and with individuals with disabilities for three years turning her passion into an eager pursuit in a career as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She is looking forward to developing additional skills and building positive relationships with clients and families. When she is not working, Jane enjoys hiking with her dog, Franklin, snowboarding, camping, reading and going to concerts.

Whitney Miller, MA

Behavior Specialist

Whitney grew up in North Dakota, where she received her Bachelor’s in Child Development and Family Science with a minor in Individual and Family Wellness. After finishing school Whitney moved to Colorado in 2008 where she started her career doing in home ABA therapy. She has been in the field for 12 years. Whitney then received her Masters in Special Education along with receiving a teaching degree. For 3 years Whitney taught in a severe needs classroom where she implemented ABA principles, conducted IEP meetings, and communicated daily with parents. Whitney is currently residing in Castle Rock with her husband. 



Michelle Aichlmayr, RBT

Behavior Specialist

Michelle grew up with two brothers in a small town in Montana. She went to school at the University of Montana and received a Bachelors in psychology and human biology. Then Michelle moved to Seattle and worked there as a behavior therapist for 1.5 years. She moved to Colorado with my fiancé in 2017. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, going to the gym, and trying new food places. Michelle is currently in school to obatin her Masters in Psychology with ABA coursework so she can  then pursue becoming a BCBA.

Jamie is a Colorado native and attended high school and college in the Denver Metro Area. After attending Metro State University for two years, she decided to take a break from school in pursuit of field experience. She worked as a Paraprofessional for the Douglas County School District working mainly with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She decided to take a break from work to raise her two young, energetic girls. Six years later, she decided to continue on with her passion in working with children and joined the team at Elevation. Jamie received her Registered Behavior Technician certificate in July 2017 through the ABA Board and is currently attending the University of Phoenix to receive her teaching license in early childhood education.


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Kyle Bacon, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Kyle Bacon was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and he has a strong passion for improving the lives of local youth.  He graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies in 2012, and since then he has worked in day treatment/residential programs with children experiencing behavioral difficulties. After witnessing the efficacy of ABA interventions at his last job, Kyle decided that he would like to pursue a career in ABA. Naturally, Elevation Ability Services was the perfect place for him to do that.  Starting in the Fall of 2018, Kyle has been enrolled in the BCBA certification program while pursuing a PsyD in School Psychology at The University of Colorado Denver.  When Kyle is not working with youth and their families, he enjoys cheering on local sports teams, camping, gardening, and listening to music.

Crista Holland, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

The younger of two girls, Crista was born in Japan because her Dad was serving in the Air Force at the time.  The family moved stateside when she was a toddler. Crista found she had a passion for kids with disabilities while she was a nanny of two children diagnosed with Autism.  Because of this, Crista pursued a Bachelor's Degree in Developmental Psychology in Savannah, Georgia at Armstrong State University.  Crista has been working as a Registered Behavior Technician for three years and is planning on returning to school soon to pursue her BCBA. Crista enjoys snowboarding  during the winter and attending concerts at Red Rocks in the Summer time. 

Megan Wiedman, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Bio coming soon!

Bailey Morris

Behavior Technician

Bailey moved to Colorado from Texas in June of 2018. While in Texas, she attended Texas A&M Corpus Christi, pursuing her degree in Special Education. She began working in the field of ABA at a center and completely fell in love with the kids and the field. She decided to take a break from school to pursue a full time career in ABA. After taking a year off and enjoying being a new mom, Bailey was missed working in the ABA Feild, so she came to Elevation to jump back into the world of ABA. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and their two dogs.


Renae Fetrow 

Behavior Technician

Renae is a Colorado native and has recently graduated from the University of Denver with her Bachelors of Art in Art History and a minor in Religious Studies. Previously, she has worked with kids who have developmental disorders while doing equine therapy at the Praying Hands Ranch.  Renae is passionate about working with kids and helping her community and is excited to work with the Elevation Ability Services team. Renae is one of five siblings, one which is her fraternal twin sister. Renae’s interests included paddle boarding, hiking, and drawing.       


Breanna Blackburn

Practice Manager

Breanna is a Colorado native who grew up in Colorado Springs. After graduating from high school, she had a strong desire to do something with her life that made a positive impact in people’s daily lives. That is the exact reason she enjoys working at Elevation Ability Services. Most of her time is spent completing administrative tasks, but she loves getting to know clients and their families as they come in and out of the center. Breanna has experience working in early childhood development, customer service, healthcare administration and working as a paraprofessional in both Cheyenne Mountain and Cherry Creek school districts. She is married, enjoys spending time cooking and being at the local coffee shop with her friend, or in her backyard garden.