CCP 200: Working with Families in a Diverse Society
This course explores the parent - professional partnership. Emphasis is on increasing knowledge and skills for working with diverse families, family differences and functions, communication strategies, and methods for increasing parent involvement in facilitating optimal child development. Advocacy on behalf of children and families, and resources for the professionals are also included. A supervised practicum is a prerequisite for this course. This title of this course was previously Working with Parents.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 101 minimum grade "C"
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