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Building Relationships with Deaf Communities

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Course Description: This is a 1-hour self paced learning module that provides information on the importance of intentional community engagement towards meaningful systems transformation. In this module, you  will learn the importance of centering communities in decision-making about or impacting their community and how to co-create change with community members.

 

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this module, learners will be able to:

  • Describe the impact of systemic inequities and marginalization on deaf people and deaf communities experiences
  • Correlate the role of community engagement and effective systems change/transformation
  • Name strategies for engaging deaf communities in systems change/transformation

 

PD Info:

This module is pre-approved for 1 NDC Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Clock Hour.

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