Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 3, Part 2, 2018
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These articles include two qualitative studies that provided insight into various aspects of services for culturally diverse and linguistic (CLD) populations. Topics include: (a) a qualitative study conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Multicultural Issues Board designed to extract CLD clinicians’ beliefs on how their backgrounds affect their career choices and practice, as well as their suggestions on how to be most responsive to CLD clients; (b) a qualitative analysis of caregivers’ views on services they received for their CLD children during home-based treatment and; (c) a cross-disciplinary review of 40 years of literature on children who use African American English
You will be able
- describe cultural proficiency from the perspective of ASHA members from culturally linguistic and diverse (CLD) backgrounds
- discuss CLD family perceptions of speech-language pathologists working in early intervention and how this knowledge can impact best practices
- describe a content analysis of articles on African American English over the past 40 years
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