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Environmental Scan of the Literature on Curricula That Address Cultural and Linguistic Competence for Those Providing Services and Supports to Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities from Racially, Ethnically, and Culturally Diverse Populations

Phase 1

The purpose of this environmental scan was to determine the current state of the literature on the development and content of curricula on CLC that specifically address the intersection of intellectual and developmental disabilities and racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse populations. Analysis of these findings will be used, in conjunction with other project findings, to formulate a set of recommendations to the developmental disabilities network and particularly UCEDDs for future efforts to enhance curricula and training activities that address this intersection.

Report on Identifying and Vetting Curricula and Training Materials

Phase I

There are two phases to the environmental scan to identify curricula and training materials that address the intersection of cultural diversity, cultural and linguistic competence, and intellectual and developmental disabilities for use by UCEDDs.

Identifying and Vetting UCEDD Curricula and Training Materials focused on the Intersection of Cultural Diversity, Cultural and Linguistic Competence, and intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Environmental Scan Phase II

The environmental scan conducted by the Embedding project consisted of two phases designed to identify curricula, training materials, and extant literature focused on the intersection of cultural diversity, CLC, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. The first phase identified potential materials from the AUCD Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit and reviewed these materials based on vetting criteria developed by the Project team. Access the criteria in Appendix A. The report on vetted materials from the AUCD Toolkit can be accessed on the Embedding website at Report on Identifying and Vetting Curricula and Training Materials

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