NCAPPS Video Shorts: Culture and Person-Centered Practices

In a new series of short videos, community members from the National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) share their thoughts on how their racial and cultural identities shape their expectations and views of support systems.  Per the announcement, acknowledging and understanding a person’s racial and cultural identities is essential for providing person-centered supports. However, there are few resources that directly address the intersection of culture, language, and identity with person-centered thinking, planning, and practice. NCAPPS wants to further this conversation—a conversation that is crucial for systems to build cultural humility and cultural competence into person-centered thinking, planning, and practices.

NCAPPS has released the first five videos in the Culture and Person-Practices video series and will be releasing more videos during the next few weeks.

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