DCW Level 1 Fundamentals DCW Level 2 Developmental Disabilities Direct Support Professional CMS Core Competency
This module is required within the Principles and Practices of Direct Support Curriculum
This course provides learners with a brief introduction to cultural differences and ways to view diversity as a strength as we all pursue a common goal, of breaking down the barriers that separate "us" from "them."
What You Will Learn
Defining Cultural Competence
Preferences and Culture
Communication and Possible Cultural Barriers
Senior Instructor at Practical Training Solutions and AZ DDD Lead Instructor - Chandler Arizona
Nov 22, 2023
Diverse and unique
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Sep 7, 2023
This course was awesome
Aug 27, 2023
Aug 18, 2023
Quick and straight to the point
Aug 16, 2023
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Mar 17, 2023
A bit more info
Jan 16, 2023
It was to short, I appericate short to the point but in this case a little to short. Expand more it
Oct 25, 2022
Good examples given by the Presenter! Quick and to the point!
Oct 24, 2022
It was a good over view.
Broad Discussion on Cultural Competency
Oct 21, 2022
Good points were covered in a broad discussion of the need for cultural competency when providing services to clients and their families.
Oct 12, 2022
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Defining Cultural differences
Jun 25, 2022
Respecting differences will strengthen
Feb 20, 2022
Very important to learn about this topic
Dec 15, 2021
The course provided the necessary information to increase awareness about cultural differences when communicating.
Dec 11, 2021
This course was easy to follow and comprehend, and i will take the information and use it toward my interactions with my clients.
Dec 8, 2021
Well explained and easy to understand
Reaction to situation
Nov 9, 2021
I want to add that some people reactions to any situation could even be a laugh or a giggle, because they don't know how to respond emotionally. One time, I was at the store, and I was trying to hear someone speaking to me, but it was crowded. My daughter said, hey, she can't hear you. And the other person just kinda laughed. Because they truly don't see middle aged people who are deaf, or hard of hearing.
Nov 8, 2021
Love this guy and the virtual training, get more out of these courses.