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EDSA Webinar 4: Who are the capacity builders?

This session will look at how equal-partnering relationships are crucial to gaining the best outcomes for mokopuna (children).

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Webinar
Start Date
4 November 2021
Time
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Course Information

Interdisciplinary teaming has undergone a postmodern paradigm shift (Dewees, 2005) from a reliance on professionals as the inscrutable interventionists, to a collaborative, whānau centred approach where the whānau is respected as the key decision makers for their mokopuna. This session will look at how equal-partnering relationships are crucial to gaining the best outcomes for mokopuna. Professionals can be one of the conduits for the whānau to cultivate a more positive sense of self, along with their resources and strategies increasing their functional competencies to work with their mokopuna with a sensory hearing loss. Insights from an AODC working in and with whānau who represent a diverse range of cultures and ethnicities, in South Auckland, New Zealand.

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