Cultural Humility in Our Practice
Time & Location
About the Event
CULTURAL HUMILITY IN OUR PRACTICE with Dr. Patricia Wright
(1 ETHICS CE)
Taped webinar (original recording date: Tuesday, 13 August 2019)
Length: 1 hour (60 minutes)
$10 for 1 ETHICS CE, $7 w/o CEU (use coupon code StudentX )
Event Level: Beginner (designed for all audiences)
Description: Applied behavior analysis’ (ABA) intent is to improve the human condition. The unique culture of ABA creates barriers to achieving this desired outcome. Cultural humility provides a framework for both institutional and individual reflection to guide changes that can build acceptance, bridge cultures, address disparity and improve outcomes. This session will discuss the barriers and propose application of cultural humility to the field of ABA to improve influence and impact in social service delivery.
1. Define culture as it pertains to the field of applied behavior analysis
2. Review current disparity data available regarding social service delivery and outcomes, including services for people with ASD
3. Evaluate current models of applied behavior analytic intervention considering culture
4. Identify challenges and solutions to incorporating cultural humility into service
About the Presenter: Dr. Patricia Wright’s commitment to ensuring all individuals with autism have access to effective services and supports has guided her work over the past 30 years, from her earliest responsibilities as a special educator, to state and national-level program management.
Attendance Procedure: Video must be watched in full and survey completed to be eligible for CEU certificate.
Note: You must complete purchase (VENMO or Paypal).
VENMO account for payment: @Megan-Kirby-15
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