One date: March 30
Two times:10 am -1 pm  or 5 – 8 pm (EST)
Presented by: Tanya Richmond, SDA

This interactive training explores the evolution of foundational concepts from cultural competency and cultural proficiency to person-centered cultural humility and a “culture of one”. Two reflective breakout sessions offer participants an opportunity to examine their own experiences with person-centered practices and the cultural considerations and person-centered skills that assist in engaging people from a cultural standpoint.


Learners will expand their knowledge and competence in Person-Centered Cultural Humility. 

Participants will be able to:

  • Describe cultural humility and how it applies to home and community-based services and supports.

  • Identify key aspects of person-centered cultural humility in order to provide services and supports in line with the HCBS Final Rule.

  • Engage in action learning and raising awareness around people’s values and lived experiences.

  • Describe the difference between Cultural Humility and Cultural Competence.

  • Identify available resources for further learning.

To register, click here or email Debbie Paul regarding which session you would like to attend at For Disability Accommodations, contact Dr. Yolanda Van Horn at or call (202)- 527-5541.

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