Posts Tagged ‘cultural competence’

An Invisible Bridge – Collaborating with Language Interpreters

You know the feeling…wishing you could speak the family’s language so you can build that strong relationship that’s … Continue reading

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Cultural Humility…What Does It Mean to You?

Today, we completed our two-part Talks on Tuesdays webinar series entitled “Beyond Cultural Competence: How to Effectively Work … Continue reading

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DEC Recommended Practices: Family (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this series, we met Phoebe, a service coordinator, and Wyatt’s family. Wyatt had just … Continue reading

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Are Cultural Differences Truly Developmental Delays?

Miguel is 19 months old and lives with a large family that includes his parents, three older siblings, … Continue reading

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The Parent says “You’re the expert. You tell me.” – What Do You Do?

At the initial IFSP meeting, Amada’s parents listen quietly as the other team members discuss their daughter’s development … Continue reading

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