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Promoting Culturally Competent Gerontological Practice
This workshop will examine multi-dimensional aspects of culture, including race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation and religious affiliation. It will cover how supervisors and supervisees can understand how culture informs the client’s experiences and views of aging, caregiving, late-life health and mental health disorders, and service use. It will also explain how supervisors and supervisees can consider the ways in which their own cultures influence their personal experiences and views of aging, caregiving, late-life physical health and mental health, and service use.
Promoting Culturally Competent Gerontological Practice may be taken individually or as part of the 10 training modules for which the enrollee may earn the online SLA Certificate.
1.5 Cross Cultural
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