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Moving Towards Neurodiversity

October 1, 2023 by Ashley Zhinin.
Current society is still very much in the “normal vs. abnormal” mindset when it comes to neurological differences. This handout is designed with parents/caregivers in mind and provides the basics of the concept of neurodiversity. It is presented in contrast to the current dominant normal vs. abnormal model.
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Spanish Language Phonological Inventory Card Set

August 1, 2023 by Ashley Zhinin.
These cards contain all the phonological consonant sounds in the Spanish language with pronunciation guides, visual pictures, and words to match. Use these to practice and support phonological development with Spanish-speaking clients. Video on how to use this resource: Goldstein, B. (2000). Cultural and linguistic diversity resource guide for speech-language pathologists. San Diego, CA: Singular. […]
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Phonological Acquisition in Bilingual Spanish–English Speaking Children (2010)

August 1, 2023 by Ashley Zhinin.
The authors aimed to determine how between-language interactions contributed to phonological acquisition in bilingual children, in comparison to their monolingual age-matched peers. A total of 24 typically-developing children were recruited for the study, from 3–4 years of age. Participants included eight bilingual (Spanish-English) children, eight monolingual Spanish speakers, and eight monolingual English speakers. All children […]
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Culturally Responsible Clinical Supervision

November 3, 2022 by Ashley Zhinin.
Allied health professionals are trained to work with diverse clients. This course will outline barriers to culturally responsive supervision and discuss solutions. We will discuss characteristics of culturally responsive supervisors, provide methods for developing and incorporating these characteristics into clinical practice, and address individual biases utilizing clinical scenarios.
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An Introduction to Cultural Competemility in Speech-Language Pathology

November 2, 2022 by Ashley Zhinin.
Cultural competemility is the marriage between cultural competency and cultural humility. This course will define “culture” as a concept, define the ethics of cultural competence, explain the difference between cultural competence and cultural humility, and identify ways cultural competence and cultural humility coincide within the context of providing speech-language pathology services.
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Gullah Geechee: Cultural Norms and the SLP

January 18, 2022 by txinsights.
This course will examine the cultural & linguistic norms of the Gullah Geechee people. It will provide an overview of the language and cultural nuances that an SLP who is new to the region should expect from their clients. We will examine appropriate social and pragmatic responses to the culture and ways that clinicians can […]
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