This training introduces Providers to the principles and practices of using inclusive and affirming language with clients, patients, and colleagues. Participants will review why using inclusive language is important, the implications of using non-inclusive language (including limited access to care for oppressed communities), and how to assess language for inclusivity.
At the end of this training, participants should be able to
• Explain the importance of using inclusive language in care professions.
• List at least two principles of inclusive language.
• Demonstrate understanding of the principles of inclusive language by brainstorming examples of non-inclusive and inclusive language.
• Analyze the language you personally use to describe oppressed communities and clients.
Register by clicking on the website link listed in the details below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.