Kimberly Tomeny, PhDDr. Kimberly Tomeny – Assistant Professor; Director, Early Intervention @ UA – Special Education and Multiple Abilities

Dr. Kimberly Tomeny serves as the director of EI@UA, an early intervention program servicing infants and toddlers with special needs and their families, under contract from the state of Alabama. Dr. Tomeny received her PhD in Special Education from The University of Alabama, with an emphasis in Early Childhood. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Virginia, and she also completed a post-graduate fellowship in Child Development and Early Childhood Education at Yale University. Kimberly’s clinical and research experience involves coaching early interventionists, using telehealth in the Part C system (birth to 3 years old), and supporting families of infants and toddlers with or at risk for autism spectrum disorder. She partners with Alabama’s Early Intervention System on professional development initiatives related to using the Routines-Based Model via telepractice and creating a sustainable system of care for families of young children with ASD.