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Cultural Competency Secrets to Success with Immigrant Families: Spreading and Adapting 2Gen Working Practices
Developing cultural competence is important for everyone, but it is especially vital for providers and collaborations who work with immigrant and refugee families to better understand the cultural norms of their customers. Cultural competence means thinking critically about how services are offered to children and parents and how staff are hired and trained — and it extends to a focus on culturally-sensitive mental health and well-being for families, as well as staff. Through this hard work, a more equitable community is established. But what are the secrets to success that 2Gen efforts should use to make all their work culturally appropriate and relevant?

Join us on Wednesday, November 10 at 2PM ET to learn how providers are learning cultural competency to better connect with and understand the worldview of the immigrant families they serve. The conversation will explore issues of gender norms, trauma-informed care, immigrant and refugee mental health, and financial literacy. Speakers will share how they have navigated the needs of different groups they serve, including Arab-American, Somali, and Vietnamese families.

This will be the fourth event in the Spreading and Adapting 2Gen Working Practices series.

Nov 10, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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