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Section 1

(15 cards)

blindness

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system and its agencies provide services with the express philosophy of being unbiased

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advanced cultural competence or profienciey

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holding culture in heigh esteem. seeks to add to the knowledge base of conducting research, new approaches based on culture

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What is health literacy?

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ability of individuals to gather, interpret, and use information to make good health decisions -promotes participation, empowerment, and control over daily life -people with inadequate health literacy have more adverse health outcomes

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Guiding documents in OT for culture

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centennial vision, OT Practice framework, MDI, OT code of ethics

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Respect

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rapport empathy support-ask about barriers partnership explanations- check for understanding cultural competence trust- self disclosure

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cultural destructiveness

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attitudes, policies, and practices which are destructive to cultures and consequently to the indiviudals within the culture

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transcultural competence

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ability to be effective with diverse individuals whose cultural perspectives differ from one's own Able to identify how meanings are created through occupation Advocate and identify barriers Open to learning about the lived experience of their clients Knowledge about their clients values and health beliefs Insightful about their own values regarding good and right and true Can monitor their own tendency towards ethnocentricity

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Slagle lecture

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empathy depends on four factors -willingness to enter another emotional state -desire to use the self as a motivational agent of change -competencies for language expression -readability of social communication

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What is cultural competence?

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set of congruent behaviors, attitudes, and policies that come together in a system, agency, or among professionals that enables effective work in cross cultural situations

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Cultural incapacity

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system or agencies do not intentionally seek to be culturally destructive but rather lack the capacity to help minority clients

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Formal culture tools

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intercultural development inventory cultural competence self-assessment questionnaire cross cultural adaptability inventory multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills assessment cultural self-efficacy scale

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Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion Toolkits

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branch of AOTA that put together tool kits for understanding culture -having the ability to function effectively in cross-cultural interactions with clients who are from a different cultural group

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pre-competence

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acceptance and respect for difference, continuing self assessment

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fluidity, humily, profieicny

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adapt to new cultures, be aware of bias, knowledge skills and attitides which enable people to work well with people in cross cultural settings

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informal: cultural identify pie charts

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SES status, gender, age, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, language

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