Cultural and Linguistic Competence: What Does it Mean for Disability Services and Supports – Philadelphia

Apr 27, 2015
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Crowne Plaza/ Philadelphia West

presented by Tawara D. Goode, MA

Director of National Center for Cultural Competence; Associate Director at Georgetown University Center for Child & Human Development  and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics Georgetown University Medical Center

Although cultural and linguistic competence (CLC) is viewed essential to reducing disparities across human service sectors, many continue to struggle with the full integration of CLC. This lecture will describe frameworks for advancing and sustaining CLA (organizational and individual) across service systems for individuals with disabilities.

DATE: April 27 /Monday

TIME: 9:30AM to NOON (Registration begins: 8:30 AM)

LOCATION: Crowne Plaza, Philadelphia West / 4010 City Avenue / Philadelphia, PA 19131
http://www.cpphilawest.com

Act 48 credits are available.

Register here: www.temple.edu/instituteondisabilities/register/miniseries2/