A Culturally Responsive Approach to Working in the Schools

A guide for speech-language pathologists. This training will provide participants with an overview of best practice guidelines to consider when planning intervention for culturally and linguistically diverse students with speech-language impairments.

Participants Will

Become familiar with current research findings regarding effective, successful, and appropriate therapy when the speech-language pathologist (SLP) does not share the student's language(s) or culture.

Intended Audience

Speech-Language Pathologists


Wednesday, March 15, 2023, From 3:00pm - 4:30pm


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About the Trainer

Liz Arenas, M.S., CCC-SLP, is a bilingual speech-language pathologist with the Diagnostic Center of Northern California. She has worked in private clinics, home settings, and schools (public, private, and charter) in Arizona and California. Liz has over 26 years of experience working with children from early intervention to high school transition with a variety of communication abilities and needs. She has served as a member of state-level committees to inform practices when working with dual-language learners. Her experience has allowed her the opportunity to collaborate with professionals and families while conducting assessments, creating intervention plans, and informing services in the schools.