- 1 How do you deal with culturally diverse clients?
- 2 How do Hispanics view their family?
- 3 Why is it important for you to understand a client’s cultural and religious requirements?
- 4 What are two factors to consider when planning sessions with a culturally diverse group of clients?
- 5 What are the six key areas of diversity?
- 6 How do I become more culturally diverse?
- 7 What is the role of family in Hispanic culture?
- 8 What is the difference between Hispanic and Latino?
- 9 What is a traditional Hispanic family?
- 10 How do you know when you are being culturally sensitive?
- 11 How can you reflect on your own and other cultures in your workplace?
- 12 Why is it important that a palliative approach take cultural issues into consideration?
- 13 How do you provide culturally appropriate care?
- 14 What two or three strategies can you use to develop cultural competence?
- 15 Why is it important to accommodate cultural differences?
How do you deal with culturally diverse clients?
To ensure that we are ‘culturally competent’ we need to:
- Be prepared. Learn about cross-cultural communication and other cultures.
- Be aware of your own cultural values, assumptions and expectations.
- Explain key differences when necessary. The most important ones are often invisible.
- Help newcomer.
How do Hispanics view their family?
At the same time, Hispanics (especially Mexican Americans) are typically described as oriented toward family well-being, rather than individual well-being (Sabogal, Marin, Otero-Sabogal, VanOss Marin, and Perez-Stable, 1987; Valenzuela and Dornbusch, 1994; Vega, 1995).
Why is it important for you to understand a client’s cultural and religious requirements?
An understanding of the cultural values and beliefs of your clients and how they influence their attitudes and behaviors. They will help you clarify your attitudes and beliefs and how these influence your ability to work with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds.
What are two factors to consider when planning sessions with a culturally diverse group of clients?
But cultural diversity includes many groups of clients and many important factors that affect treatment— a client’s gender, age, sexual preference, spiritual beliefs, socioeconomic status, physical and mental capacities, and geographic location.
What are the six key areas of diversity?
key areas of diversity and their characteristics, including:
- culture, race, ethnicity.
- religious or spiritual beliefs.
- gender, including transgender.
- sexual orientation/sexual identity – lesbian, gay, bisexual, heterosexual.
How do I become more culturally diverse?
Use these tips from the American Psychological Association to be more culturally aware:
- Think beyond race and ethnicity. A person’s culture is shaped by more than the color of their skin or the way that they dress.
- Learn by asking.
- Make local connections.
- Pay attention to non-verbal behaviors.
- Exchange stories.
What is the role of family in Hispanic culture?
The family tends to be very child-oriented and provides children with much warmth, nurturing and support. The family unit is the single most important unit in the Latino culture. It influences the perception and behavior of its members as to how they see the outside world.
What is the difference between Hispanic and Latino?
Hispanic and Latino are often used interchangeably though they actually mean two different things. Hispanic refers to people who speak Spanish or are descended from Spanish-speaking populations, while Latino refers to people who are from or descended from people from Latin America.
What is a traditional Hispanic family?
Traditionally, the Hispanic family is a close-knit group and the most important social unit. The Hispanic “family unit” includes not only parents and children but also extended family. In most Hispanic families, the father is the head of the family, and the mother is responsible for the home.
How do you know when you are being culturally sensitive?
A Definition of Cultural Sensitivity Cultural sensitivity is being aware that cultural differences and similarities between people exist without assigning them a value – positive or negative, better or worse, right or wrong.
How can you reflect on your own and other cultures in your workplace?
Seven practices you can implement to increase cultural awareness in the workplace
- Get training for global citizenship.
- Bridge the culture gap with good communication skills.
- Practice good manners.
- Celebrate traditional holidays, festivals, and food.
- Observe and listen to foreign customers and colleagues.
Why is it important that a palliative approach take cultural issues into consideration?
It is important to be aware of any religious or spiritual beliefs or rituals a person may have during their palliative care and after death. As we can’t know all cultural beliefs and practices in relation to palliative care, death and dying, we should ask the older person and their family what is important to them.
How do you provide culturally appropriate care?
There are many things nurses can do to provide culturally sensitive care to an increasingly diverse nation:
- Avoid Making Assumptions.
- Learn About Other Cultures.
- Build Trust and Rapport.
- Overcome Language Barriers.
- Educate Patients About Medical Practices.
- Practice Active Listening.
What two or three strategies can you use to develop cultural competence?
How do I become culturally competent?
- Learn about yourself. Get started by exploring your own historical roots, beliefs and values, says Robert C.
- Learn about different cultures.
- Interact with diverse groups.
- Attend diversity-focused conferences.
- Lobby your department.
Why is it important to accommodate cultural differences?
It is important for us to be aware of our own attitudes and beliefs about cultural diversity. People from diverse cultures communicate in different ways and we need to be aware of these differences in our workplaces.