Tanya Baker-McCue, MA, MEd

University of New Mexico
Pediatrics
Center for Development and Disability
2300 Menaul Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
 
Phone: 505-272-5641
Email: tbaker-mccue@salud.unm.edu
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Last Updated: September 28, 2016

Tanya Baker-McCue
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Community Support
Discipline Coordinators: Parent/Family Resources
Specialty Resource Contacts: Family & Community Services
 
Discipline(s): Education/Special Education
Interdisciplinary
Family Studies
Education: Early Intervention/Early Childhood
Disability Studies
 
AUCD Council Membership: Council on Community Advocacy
No Council Membership
 
Education: Jan/1983 - Johnson State College /Masters Degree in Special Education
May/1978 - Goddard College /Bachelor of Arts Degree
1978 - Certification in Elementary Education/ State of Vermont

Vita/Bio

Ms. McCue is an experienced program developer and manager in the field of family support. McCue has cultivated strong interpersonal and communication skills and experience working with a wide range of constituencies. She has extensive experience implementing policies and procedures, and formulating innovative strategies. Ms. McCue has developed an extensive knowledge of the programs and systems serving families of children with health and disability issues.

PUBLICATIONS AND PRODUCTS

A Backroads Guide to Community Resources, in collaboration with the Albuquerque Family Council, New Mexico (2003)

Creating Patient and Family Faculty Programs, Contributor, The Institute for Family-Centered Care, 7900 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland (2002)

The Parent to Parent Handbook, Connecting Families of Children with Special Needs, contributor and editorial advisor, Santelli, Poyadue, Young Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, Publisher (2001)

Redefining Family Support: Innovations in Public-Private Partnerships/ Coalitions for Family Support and the Creation of Two Flexible Funding: Programs, Baker, Yuan and Witkin Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, Publisher (1996)

The Families as Faculty Project, A training guide for developing family centered care curriculum in medical education, developed for national dissemination.