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Serving LGBTQ people: Explore our courses

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Continued provides high-quality education to thousands of professionals annually in the fields of audiology, early childhood education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, social work, and speech-language pathology.

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The editors of Continued’s family of continuing education websites have rounded up courses focused on serving LGBTQ people. Continued works with leading experts and organizations such as The Fenway Institute to equip professionals with education and resources to most effectively serve LGBTQ people and their families. 

EDITOR ROUNDUP | LGBTQ:

♦ LGBTQ Cultural Competence: Improving Care to the LGBTQ Community — Available on AudiologyOnline, OccupationalTherapy.comPhysicalTherapy.com, and SpeechPathology.com

♦ Clients and Their Gender Identities: Working with Transgender Clients Part IAvailable on Continued Social Work

♦ Cultural Competence With Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, and Questioning Individuals — Available on Continued Early Childhood Education 

♦ Gender Minorities and The Military — Available on Continued Social Work

♦ Supporting the LGBTQ Senior in Healthcare — Available on OccupationalTherapy.comPhysicalTherapy.com, and Continued Social Work

♦ Mental Healthcare for Parents of Gender Minority Youth — Available on Continued Social Work

♦ Achieving Health Equity for LGBTQ People — Available on AudiologyOnline, OccupationalTherapy.comPhysicalTherapy.com, and SpeechPathology.com

♦ Mental Healthcare for Siblings of Gender Minority Youth — Available on Continued Social Work

"Creating an inclusive environment for people who are LGBTQ is important regardless of your profession or work setting, and it goes well beyond the basics like avoiding bias and ensuring non-discrimination." — Carolyn Smaka, AuD

“Creating an inclusive environment for people who are LGBTQ is important regardless of your profession or work setting, and it goes well beyond the basics like avoiding bias and ensuring non-discrimination,” said Carolyn Smaka, AuD, Continued editor in chief. “We are committed to providing meaningful education and resources for professionals in this important topic area and will continue to update our course offerings."

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06.07.20


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