Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA) and Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC) both have many years of experience working with Seattle/King County's immigrant communities. ReWA and CISC participate in an initiative to support family, friend and neighbor caregivers and promote the value of kith and kin care. They have learned valuable lessons about culturally respectful, empowering, and meaningful support and communication with caregivers. This paper highlights the nine most important factors they have found for creating a culturally inclusive support program for family, friend and neighbor caregivers.
Argo, M., Chan, H., & Malecka, C. (2005). Lessons From the Field: Culturally Competent Support for Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregivers in Seattle. Occasional Paper Series, 2005 (15). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2005/iss15/7
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