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Providing Culturally Competent Disability Services to Persons Born in other Countries

May 6 - 8, 2002

Ahmad, W.
Britain's ethnic minority disabled people and their families: Observations from a research career

Anderson, T.
New perspectives on the deaf international student

Bakunzi, M.
Provision of rehabilitation services to refugees in Central Africa

Borstad, A.
Pacific Rim tele-rehabilitation project: cultural lessons learned in American Samoa

Cabrera, D
One hour multidisciplinary case studies of rehabilitation for persons born in other countries

Chestnut, R.
One hour roundtable on traumatic brain injury - The Argentina Project

Christie, N.
Understanding disability issues in the Chinese community: A resource handbook

Cornwell, L.
Working with people with disabilities from ethno racial communities: A Canadian experience

Doe, T.
Including extended families in cross-cultural rehabilitation

Dunleavy, K.
Effects on international volunteer work on provision of culturally competent physical therapy services

Esparza, H.
Coalition-building and networking to increase services to the Latino community

Fancott, C.
Cultural values, beliefs and attitudes of immigrant Chinese

Frey, R.
The intersection of culture, disability and child care: A view from "Down Under"

Getz, D.
Key competencies in multicultural education for entry level therapeutic professionals

Given, B.
One hour roundtable on ramifications of traditional versus differentiated instruction on culturally different students

Hampton, N.
Yin and Yang of Chinese views of disability and rehabilitation: A dialectical analysis of the impact of Chinese culture on attitudes toward disability

Hara, T.
Wooden wheelchair for the Japanese elderly

Hino, D.
Employment barriers faced by AAPI with disabilities in the U.S. and legal provisions addressing these barriers

Johnstone, C.
General systems thinking and its applications for community based rehabilitation

Jou, M.K.
Refugee school based services

Kekeson, C.
Managing problems of disabled Nigerians: Cultural impact

Kendall, E.
Culturally safe models of rehabilitation for indigenous Australians

Liu, G.
Cross-cultural rehabilitation from the perspective of family structure

Martinez, K.

Foreign-born and first-generation consumers: How do we utilize disability services (Immigrant Consumer Panel)

Martinez, K.

Latino perspectives on disability and disability services (Latino Cultures Panel)

Matthew, S.
Developing positive rehabilitation techniques: The African perspective

Miles, C.
Our children are special: South Asian children with special needs in a British city

Miles, M.
Refurbishing religious texts on disability for modern sensitivities: An old game continues

Milorin, E.
A Haitian mother's journey

Moffat, M.
Increasing outreach effectiveness to foreign-born consumers through culture brokering

Moureaux, G.
From where do those disabled refugees come?

Mulholland, S.
Culture and research: Seeking a happy medium

Mulholland, S.
Self care activities: Does culture make a difference?

Mwachofi, A.
Developing a rehabilitation service delivery model for minority farmers with disabilities: The research phase

Naon, D.
Disabled immigrants in Israel: Services provided

Parashar, D.
Multiculturalism and empowerment: Bridging the client-counselor gap

Parmenter, T
Specific provisions for people with disabilities from culturally diverse backgrounds in Australia

Raphael, R.
Bridging the cultural gaps in services for Haitians with disabilities

Reddy, S.
Meeting the early intervention needs of diverse families: Georgia's journey

Schaller, J.
Disability in China and Taiwan: Similarities and differences with implications for vocational rehabilitation counselors

Sockalingam, S.
Culturally competent negotiation: Creating consensus between provider and consumer

Stensrud, R.
Not citizens by choice: Serving people with disabilities who were international special needs adoptees as infants

Stodden, R.
One hour roundtable on the National Technical Assistance Center for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities

Stodden, R.

Asian culture and disabilities (Asian/Pacific Islanders Panel)

Stone, J.

Providing culturally competent disability services to recent immigrants: Challenges and best practices in six countries (International Panel)

Strickland, T.
Cultural considerations in the assessment and treatment of neurobehavioral disorders

Van den Heuvel, W.
Rehabilitation for ethnic minorities and immigrants in The Netherlands

Yousafzai, A.
Knowledge, skills and attitudes of families living in Dharavi, Mumbai toward disability, feeding practices and nutrition