Amber Anderson


Hi, my name is Amber Anderson and I am the Early Intervention Coordinator with Universal MH/DD/SAS. I have worked with children and their families for over fourteen years. The past six years, I have been directly involved with our Early Intervention Program. I have a Bachelor of Science in Child Development. My past jobs as a More at Four Teacher, Child Care Provider and Targeted Case Manager have given me the experience to supervise the Early Intervention program as well as directly provide Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS – Special Instruction). I work directly with each CDSA and the Early Intervention Service Coordinators to ensure that the therapist provided is the best fit for the child and his/her family. If you would like more information on our program or are interested in job possibilities, please contact me at 828-438-0006.

Amber Anderson, BS, ITFS 

aanderson@umhs.net

Amber Anderson, Early Intervention Coordinator

Amber Anderson, Early Intervention Coordinator

Deonta' Clowney

Hello! My name is Deonta’ Clowney. In 2016  I graduated from Limestone College, receiving my B.S. in Social Work. Since receiving my degree, I’ve worked with people from various ages, backgrounds, and abilities in various settings. I believe the developmental years are the foundation of each individual. The skills learned in infancy continue to build/expand into the toddler stage, childhood, adolescents, and into adulthood. I am very excited to be a part of the Universal family.


Deonta’ Clowney, BSW, ITFS
dclowney@umhs.net 

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Deonta' Clowney, Early Intervention

Tiana Eovaldi


My name is Tiana Eovaldi and I’m excited to be joining Universal as a play therapist! I am very passionate about supporting children and families, not only, because of the momentary reward and relief that early intervention services provide, but also, because of the long-term payouts in reduced risk for crime and delinquency, and better educational and lifetime outcomes. I have a Bachelors from Appalachian State in Child Development: Birth- Kindergarten. I also have a Masters from Appstate with a dual concentration in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities, and a graduate certificate and Autism Spectrum Disorder. I am originally from Honolulu Hawaii and have been in the high country since 2014. 


Tiana Eovaldi

teovaldi@umhs.net 

Tiana Eovaldi, Early Intervention

Tiana Eovaldi, Early Intervention

Chelsea Smith

Hello! My name is Chelsea Smith. I graduated from Limestone College in 2014 with a B.A. in Psychology. I played softball while attending Limestone. For the past 3 ½ years, I have been a self-contained Autism teacher at a local elementary school. I am super ecstatic to become part of the Universal team in supporting and engaging with children and their families. I have a great passion for children and love assisting hands-on approaches with children. I cannot wait to undertake goal-teaching and developmental achievements with your child and watching them grow together.  

Chelsea Smith, BA, ITFS 

csmith@umhs.net

Chelsea Smith, Early Intervention

Chelsea Smith, Early Intervention

Juliana Sloan

Hi, my name is Juliana Sloan. I recently graduated with my B.S. in Psychology and Human Services from Montreat College. I previously worked at J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Center and completed my internship there with the Psychology Department. I have worked with individuals on helping redirect behaviors, range of motion, and daily living programs. I am currently working towards a M.A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Montreat College.

Working with children during the developmental stages of their lives is incredibly important. I strive to help them with any problem areas that may arise. If granted the opportunity, I would love to work with your children on helping with any area of concern. I think patience is key, so giving children a safe place to express themselves while working with them diligently on the area of concern that results will come. I am a strong believer that Early Intervention works and I am thankful for the chance to make a difference.

Thank you for this opportunity.

Juliana Sloan, BS, ITFS
jsloan@umhs.net

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