Finish the Presentation you started in Week 3 of a Cultural Competency Assessment Community-Based Program.
Search for an appropriate instrument in the University Library and the Portland State University Research and Training Center on Family Support website atwww.rtc.pdx.edu
Presentation should be 15-20 slides that reports your method, findings, and recommendations, including the following information:
A brief history of the governing board including demographicsThe population served (issues of acculturation, segregation, bias, assimilation, etc.The services offeredA mission statement
DemographicsAssessment InstrumentsStaff and client makeup: issues in hiring competent staffInvolvement of neighborhood and communityAnnual budgetSource of IncomeProcedure ManualDispute/Resolution ProcessImplication for PracticeSee Rubric for Specifics
Review the Week Three objectives and discuss insights and questions you may have.
Continuedeveloping your Relevant Film or Book Report due in Week Four.
Inform your instructor of your selection, including a second choice, so that Learning Teams do not duplicate selection.
Submit a Summary of your Choice for the LT Film
Continuedeveloping your Cultural Competency Assessment of a Community-Based ProgramPresentation due in Week Five.
Consider the following for discussion as you develop your PowerPoint for week 5.
Submit a Summary of your discussion (300 words maximum)
What should the responsibility and involvement of a governing board be regarding cultural competency? Should the board be bicultural? Why or why not?What should the procedural manual include? Is there a dispute or resolution process?
Is there a mission statement?How involved should the community and neighborhood be in program issues? How can they—or should they—be involved in these areas?
What are some of the issues that need to be addressed in the hiring of competent staff?
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