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Background Information

Employment History

Family Resource Consultant

University of Colorado at Boulder's Speech , Language and Hearing Sciences Department


Owner

Shifting View, Inc.


Family Resource Consultant for Speech and Language Department

C.U. Boulder


Coach for the Teacher Self-Evaluation Project

Texas Education Agency


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www.pigtailpr.com

Authors Nancy J. Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager wanted to write a book that showed how it is possible to create a life filled with gratitude and joy.
Linda Roan-Yager has three daughters. Her oldest daughter has Down’s Syndrome and cleft lip and palate. She is a Family Resource Consultant for the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Department, providing workshops and support for professionals and families around Colorado.


www.handsandvoices.org [cached]

Shifting View was founded by Nancy Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager to provide inspiration, support, and practical strategies for parents of children of with special needs.
Linda Roan-Yager ( linda @shiftingview.com ) has three daughters ages 10, 6, and 4. Her oldest daughter has Down syndrome and cleft lip and palate. As a school psychologist and in her own practice, Linda has over fifteen years experience facilitating groups. She is a Family Resource Consultant for C.U. Boulder's Speech and Language Department, providing workshops and support for professionals and families around Colorado relative to best practice in family-directed services. Linda brings expertise in developing and implementing group processes that challenge and inspire. She won the Aaron Stein Memorial Award from the American Psychotherapy Association and was an Educator of the Year in 1991 from the Texas Legislature. Linda holds a master's degree in School Psychology from Trinity University and a bachelor's degree from Southwest Texas State University.


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Nancy Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager, M.A. Linda Roan-Yager, M.A. Linda has three daughters ages 10, 6, and 4.Her oldest daughter , Miah, has Down Syndrome and cleft lip and palate. Besides mothering, Linda has over fifteen years experience facilitating groups.She worked as a school psychologist in inner-city San Antonio counseling and leading groups for at-risk teens.After her daughter was born, Linda's focus shifted to helping families with kids with differences.She has been a Family Resource Consultant for C.U. Boulder's Speech and Language Department, providing workshops and support for professionals and families around Colorado relative to best practice in family-directed services.She has also led several women's retreats for local churches and been a coach for the Texas Education Agency's teacher self-evaluation project. Linda brings expertise in developing and implementing group processes that challenge and inspire.She won the Aaron Stein Memorial Award from the American Psychotherapy Association and was an Educator of the Year in 1998 from the Texas Legislature. Linda holds a master's degree in School Psychology from Trinity University and a bachelor's from Southwest Texas State University


www.shiftingview.com [cached]

Linda Roan-YagerLinda Roan-Yager has three daughters.Her oldest daughter has Down syndrome and cleft lip and palate.As a school psychologist and in her own practice, Linda has over fifteen years experience facilitating groups.In addition to her work with Shifting View, she is a Family Resource Consultant for C.U. Boulder's Speech and Language Department, providing workshops and support for professionals and families around Colorado relative to best practice in family-directed services.Linda brings expertise in developing and implementing group processes that challenge and inspire.She won the Aaron Stein Memorial Award from the American Psychotherapy Association and was named an Educator of the Year in 1990 from the Texas Legislature.Linda holds a Master's Degree in School Psychology from Trinity University and a Bachelor's degree from Texas State University.


www.shiftingview.com [cached]

Shifting View was founded by Nancy Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager to provide inspiration, support, and practical strategies for parents of children with special needs.


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