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Online Course

Exploring Race and Class Inequalities In Speech Therapy Services

Dr. Latimer-Hearn discusses structural institutional racism, negative narratives and stereotypes, how to promote understanding and awareness of disparate access to education, and contributing factors of inequity in speech therapy

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Exploring Race and Class Inequalities In Speech Therapy Services
Exploring Race and Class Inequalities In Speech Therapy Services

Time and Location

09 juil. 2020, 14:00 – 16:00 UTC−4

Online Course

About the Event

Upon completion of this 2-hour course, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify prominent features of structural institutional racism
  • Identify narratives reinforcing harmful stereotypes
  • Promote understanding and awareness of disparate access to education
  • Outline and explain contributing factors of inequity in speech therapy

About the Presenter: 

Dr. Latimer-Hearn is a Speech-Language Pathologist with more than 17 years of experience. She has served diverse populations in the US and abroad throughout her career. She is a recipient of the Minority Dissertation Fellowship Award. Her research focuses on African American English and Multicultural Issues in Speech Pathology and Education

Visit: www.dlhearn.net for more information. 

To purchase tickets, you can send $25 by e-transfer to info@andalusiaspeech.com and a registration form will be sent to you, or you can purchase by credit card through this event page below. 

Tickets

  • Online Access

    Full access to live professional development course PowerPoint slides to keep after presentation

    25,00 $CA
    + 0,63 $CA de frais de service

Total

0,00 $CA

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