Heather Davis

Clinical Manager / Speech Therapist

Heather received her Associates degree in early childhood education from Macon State College and a Bachelor’s and Master’s in communication Disorders from Valdosta State. She is state and nationally certified in speech-language pathology. Heather worked as an SLP in the Houston County School System for 11 years before working at SenseAbilities.

Deanna Mines

Lead Speech Therapist

Deanna graduated from Valdosta State University with a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology. She worked in the Houston County School System for 16 years before joining SenseAbilities

Dylan McLean

Speech Therapist

Dylan received his Masters Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valdosta State University in 2017. Since graduating, he has worked full time in outpatient pediatrics, as well as PRN in adult in-patient acute care. Pediatrics is his passion, as he is a big kid at heart who loves to engage with his patients and their families to help them succeed. Dylan has experience treating a wide variety of communication disorders and loves seeing his patients achieve their goals. In his spare time, he loves to travel and spend time with his wife, play the piano, and cook and eat good food. Dylan is a major “foodie”.

Tommeria Horton

Speech Therapist

Tommeria graduated from the University of West Georgia with a masters in Speech Language-Pathology in 2021. She started her career in the Fulton County School system where she worked for 2 years before joining SenseAbilities. She has experience in working with various communication disorders. Tommeria enjoys working with children and helping them develop their communication skills. In her free time, Tommeria enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, shopping, and going on nature walks.

Deanna Underwood

Speech Therapist

Deanna Underwood was born and raised in a small town outside of Buffalo, NY. “Go Bills!” was a frequent cheer of hers. She attended college at SUNY Fredonia, where she received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Communication Disorders and Sciences. After moving to Georgia, she completed her Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont University in 2018.
 
She and her husband, Brandon Underwood, moved to Georgia in 2013 and have since made Warner Robins their home. They have three beautiful children: Ava, who is five years old; Emory, who is three; and Broc, who is one. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, traveling and exploring new places, spending time with her family and friends, finding new projects for her husband to complete at home, and shopping.
 
She has been a Speech Pathologist at Feagin Mill Middle School for 10 years. “Go Wolves!” is her supportive shout for her school. She loves her job, finding great fulfillment in helping students communicate and advocate for their wants and needs. Making an influential difference in the daily needs of her students is her top priority.
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