Global Initiatives: Considerations for Best Practice
Global Initiatives: Considerations for Best Practice
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These Perspectives (SIG 17) articles discuss different aspects of international practice, including work with immigrant and refugee families. Baigorri, Crowley, and Bukari provide a service delivery model for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and professionals working in low-and middle-income countries. Chakraborty, Schwarz, and Vaughan discuss a major consideration for ASHA to cultivate cultural sensitivity and competence in its largely female (95.30%), monolingual (93.46%) and white (92.10%) workforce. Chu et al., discuss the challenges that SLPs face when providing speech and language therapy in Malaysia and issues that need to be addressed for continued growth of this profession. Maldonado, Ashe, Bubar, and Chapman explore the experiences of monolingual, American, English-speaking SLPs and Clinical Fellows who worked with immigrant and refugee families within a preschool context.Staley et al., consider the literature on international student placements to contextualize and describe a 10-year relationship which enabled speech language pathology students in their final year of study at a Canadian university to complete a 10-week clinical placement with a non-governmental organization in Kenya.

Learning Outcomes
You will be able to:

  • explain how children with disabilities in Ghana face barriers to education, rehabilitation, and support services
  • describe the need to explore the specific psychosocial attributes associated with perception of non-native accent from a dynamical systems perspective
  • describe the varied perspectives and perceived advantages as well as difficulties of international speech-language pathologist (SLP) clinical placements
  • identify the challenges that SLPs face when providing speech and language therapy in Malaysia
  • describe the experiences of monolingual, American, English-speaking SLPs and Clinical Fellows who have worked with immigrant and refugee families within a preschool context

Continuing Education

0.3
3.0
11/25/2019 to 11/25/2022
Intermediate

Product Information

Item #(s): WEBS1721705
Client Age: All Ages
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
Language: English

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