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Cultural competence requires an ongoing commitment to identifying our cultural gaps and blind spots, and to finding ways to address them (ASHA, 2013). As we do this, we may find ourselves out of step with an entrenched clinical practice where we work (Crowley, 2004). TaylorOrlando L.
Characteristics of Valued Narratives by Culture. Important note: Cultural features of narratives are broad generalizations. The individual experience and preference of the child, additional cultural influences, what type of story is being related, and the materials and people involved will all have an influence on the child's story. Taylor, O. & Payne, K. (1983).
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While no single source can cover every linguistic and cultural difference, this new text provides specific knowledge on the major cultural and linguistic groups an SLP may encounter, as well as best practices to assess and work effectively with any CLD student or adult.