Communication Health Assistant
Time & Length of Session
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Professional Practice
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Canada’s population is diverse. Speech-language pathology as a profession must evolve to genuinely reflect this diversity and ensure that all individuals across the country have access to culturally competent and safe prevention, promotion, assessment and intervention services. The panel is comprised of four S-LP members of an SAC committee tasked with creating a diversity position statement.
- Understand the concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Identify ways to make the professions more diverse, and how S-LPs can be more culturally competent.
- Be able to explain what it means to provide culturally safe services, as well as how to counter systemic and attitudinal barriers to equitable services.
- Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird
- Keara Boyce
- Andrea Coke
- Farha Hussain