When Local Becomes Global: Effectively Serving Global Immigrants Living in the U.S.

October 27, 2015

8:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. ET

Sponsored by SIG 17 Global Issues in Communication Sciences and Related Disorders and SIG 14, Cultural and Linguistic Diversity

SIG 17 and SIG 14 will host an ASHA live web event to discuss the importance of understanding global issues when members work with immigrant populations residing in the United State, as well as strategies that speech-language pathologists can use to provide culturally and globally responsive services The following panelists will  answer questions:

  • Tonya Davis, ESL (English as a Second Language, now English as a New Language) teacher, Waterfront School, Buffalo, New York
  • Alicia Morrison, CCC-SLP, Dallas Independent School District-Conrad High School Feeder Pattern, Dallas, Texas
  • W. F. Santiago-Valles, PhD, emeritus, Western Michigan University, and University of Michigan–Dearborn (part-time)

This free event is open to all ASHA members (it is not offered for CEUs).


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