Amber Anderson is an experienced care manager with a diverse background in social services. She specializes in working with individuals with autism, elderly, developmental disabilities and mental health, and the deaf community.
Amber earned her associates degree in humanities at UW-Washington County. She has been active in the human services field since 2012, and most recently worked as the Service and Support Director at Vista Care before joining First Person Care Consultants.
When she isn't working Amber loves to kayak, camp, work out, garden, and study holistic approaches and herbal remedies. She can be reached at 414-208-7199 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Dunphy previously worked at Holland Free Health Clinic, where she helped new low-income clients connect with clinic and community services.
Emily is a graduate of Hope College, where she earned a bachelor’s in social work. Emily has experience working with all age groups including people with cognitive, developmental, and behavioral disabilities, youth in transition, and the elderly. Her experience also includes working with autistic people and assisted technology.
When not working, Emily enjoys hiking and spending time with her family.
Mandy Hein has experience serving disabled adults, elderly, mental health, and dementia patients.
Mandy earned her associates degree in human services from Purdue University in 2016, and she will be working to completing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at UW Green Bay in 2021. Most recently, she worked as a house manager at a community-based residential facility named Samaritan Home, where she oversaw operations for the eight bed facility. She also has experience working as an adult instructor in a day program, and as a referral manager for a skilled nursing facility.
In her free time, Mandy enjoys spending time with her fiancé and children outside on bike rides.