Universal MH/DD/SAS "Caring People, Caring for People
Early Intervention Program
Early Intervention provides services to infants and toddlers who have disabilities or developmental delays. Early intervention promotes the development of the child while building the strengths of the family. Services are provided by qualified educators who are experienced in working with young children with special needs, helping families incorporate developmental practices into their daily routines, and assisting families in locating needed resources in their community.

Early Intervention Information


Amber Anderson, Early Intervention
Universal MH/DD/SAS's Early Intervention Program Offers:
  • Help building cognitive ability, fine/gross motor skills, language, self-help, and social emotional development through a variety of playful activities
  • Provide community resources such as area playgroups, parks, educational resource stores, and a community resource newsletter for families
  • Hands-on and One on One interactive learning approach to obtain maximum growth and achievement
  • Many Years of Experience
  • Baby Sign Language
  • Flexibility in Scheduling
  • Activities tailored for each child's individual needs


For More information on Universal MH/DD/SAS's Early Intervention Program in Western NC or to find out how the referral process works, please contact Amber Anderson in one of the following ways:

Amber Anderson
Phone: 828-438-0006 ext. 206
Cell: 828-764-3039
Fax: 828-438-0616
Mailing Address: 223 Avery Ave, Morganton, NC 28655


Resources for Parents
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Early Intervention Team



  Amber Anderson
Amber Anderson is the Early Intervention Coordinator for Universal. Click here for an introduction to Amber!





  Hannah Edwardson
Hannah Edwardson is an Infant-Toddler Family Specialist for Universal. Click here for an introduction to Hannah!






  Candace Looper
Candace Looper is an Infant-Toddler Family Specialist for Universal. Click here for an introduction to Candace!