Exploring Cultural Responsiveness: Guided Scenarios for Communication Science and Disorders Professionals

ID: 4094
School: School of Human Services and Sciences
Program: Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Status: Completed
Start date: October 2020
End Date: November 2020

Description

Case studies regarding cultural responsiveness in communication sciences and disorders clinical practice. Individual chapters address: 1) gender identity and expression 2) misdiagnosis in second language acquisition, and 3) gender, generational, and multilingual variables in diagnosis of hearing ability.

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2021

Ramkissoon, I. (2020). Cognition and Hearing Loss: Gender, Generational and Multilingual Considerations in Differential Diagnosis. In A.B. Hamilton, C.A. Ramos-Pizarro, J.F. Rivera-Perez, W. Gonzalez, & K. Beverly-Ducker (Eds.) Exploring Cultural Responsiveness: Guided Scenarios for Communication Science and Disorders Professionals (pp. 237-242 Rockville, MD: ASHA.

Ramkissoon, I. (2020). Engendering Cultural Responsiveness in Clinical Practice: Regarding Gender Identity and Expression. In A.B. Hamilton, C.A. Ramos-Pizarro, J.F. Rivera-Perez, W. Gonzalez, & K. Beverly-Ducker (Eds.) Exploring Cultural Responsiveness: Guided Scenarios for Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Professionals (pp. 37-42). Rockville, MD: ASHA.

Rivera Perez, J. F. & Ramkissoon, I. (2020). Listening to Silence: Second Language Acquisition and Preventing Misdiagnosis. In A.B. Hamilton, C.A. Ramos-Pizarro, J.F. Rivera-Perez, W. Gonzalez, & K. Beverly-Ducker (Eds.) Exploring Cultural Responsiveness: Guided Scenarios for Communication Science and Disorders Professionals (pp. 43-50). Rockville, MD: ASHA.