2 edition of Hispanics and human services found in the catalog.
Hispanics and human services
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Monograph -- no. 14, Monograph (Fordham University. Hispanic Research Center) -- no. 14.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rodriguez, Orlando, Hispanics and human services. Bronx, N.Y.: Hispanic Research Center, Fordham University, © CS Cultural Insights Communicating with Hispanics/Latinos Culture is a learned system of knowledge, behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, values, and norms that is shared by.
a group of people (Smith, ). In the broadest sense, culture includes how people think, what they do, andFile Size: 1MB. "This volume is the first to directly examine the presence, maintenance, and advancement of Hispanics in the U.S.
workforce. As such, this book makes a significant contribution to one of many glaring gaps of information pertaining to the soon-to-be largest minority population in the United States.
This study examines patterns of service utilization among Hispanics, Whites, and Blacks living in the South Bronx, New York City. Surveyed were respondents on their use of the following types of services: (1) mental health services; (2) services for female heads of families; (3) services for disabled persons; and (4) services for elderly by: 7.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Social Services, Child Welfare Services Section () Provides information about Latino and immigrant families in North Carolina, including demographic descriptors, and discusses effective practices to help child welfare workers interact with these families.
Celebrate Hispanics and human services book Hispanics have enriched American life "la vida americana" with this extensive collection of publications for of our popular publications within this collection include: Proteja a Su Familia Contra el Plomo en el HogarHispanic Americans in Congress (Hardcover format) and (Paperback format)Parent Power: Build the Bridge to Success --reduced.
Human Services and Cultural Diversity Tenuous Relationships, Challenges, and Opportunities Ahead Donald G. Unger, Teresita Cuevas, and Tara Woolfolk T here are many reasons why family service providers should be inter-ested in cultural diversity.
First, human service providers are likely toFile Size: KB. Human Service Delivery to Latinos was created as a result of the increasing numbers of Latinos using human services in the United States.
They make up the largest percentage of ethnic minorities in the country, and it is imperative that human service workers understand the most effective interventions when working with this population.
This book provides the reader with. Insights into the Hispanic/Latino culture -- Targeting Hispanics and human services book communication -- Knowing your audience -- Media habits -- Newspapers -- Television -- Internet -- Priority health concerns -- Health care-seeking behaviors -- Traditional health beliefs and practices -- Cultural elements -- Social institutions -- Belief systems -- Overview of characteristics of Hispanic/Latino and U.S.
populations. Hispanics, writing educational materials at appropriate reading levels). Differences in educational levels, language skills, income levels, and cultural values among Hispanics need to be considered by Extension educators when planning educational programs.
Even though Hispanics share the same language, their cultures may vary considerably. Hispanics want to see that they have a future with the company and will leave if they feel underutilized at work, noted Aviles, the author of the e-book Hispanics How to Understand, Manage.
Hispanic Business Human Resources (HBHR) uniqueness is due to our cultural and linguistic forte specialty. As a result, we are filling the empty space left by many companies who overlook the value of language resources and cultural distinction skills of bilingual professionals and the opportunities the fastest-growing minority brings to Businesses.
Hispanics in our communities, it is the intention of the Houston Department of Health and Human Services (HDHHS), to promote a better understanding among local residents, community-based organizations, community leaders, medical providers, and the public health community of the unique character and circumstances of Hispanic communities.
Outside the Southwest, New York, Florida, and Illinois are home to the largest concentrations of Hispanics. New York has percent, Florida, percent, and Illinois, percent of all the Latinos estimated to reside in the United States in (U.S.
Census Bureau, b).Two-thirds of Puerto Ricans on the mainland live in New York and New Jersey, and two-thirds of Cuban Americans live in. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Coalition of Hispanic Health and Human Services Organizations (U.S.) OCLC Number: The Changing U.S.
Workforce: The Growing Hispanic Demographic and the Workplace About the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’sFile Size: 1MB. --Contemporary Psychology "This book provides an introduction to many basic concerns in the design of research on human populations.
Most of the authors' suggestions seem as important for research with non-Hispanics as for research with Hispanics. The writing is clear, and the examples, mainly drawn from the authors' own research, are compelling. As Latinos become a larger proportion of the U.S.
population, there is a greater need for social work education to provide culturally sensitive training to social work students (Furman, Bender, Lewis, & Shears, ; Iglehart & Becerra, ).Latinos have become the Cited by: Hispanics are more likely to get health information from pharmacists, and seek care from providers other than doctors (28% of Hispanics view pharmacists as most trusted source of health.
While there is no single, universally accepted definition of the underserved, for the purpose of this paper, we characterize this population simply as those living in the United States who do not have adequate access to health care services. They share one or more of these characteristics: they may be poor; uninsured; have limited English language proficiency and/or lack familiarity with the.
Human Services, illustrates one way to view the extent to which disproportionality exists among populations. It provides a racial disproportionality index (RDI) that compares the percentage of children by race in the general population to their percentage at various.
NIH releases comprehensive new data outlining Hispanic/Latino health and habits A comprehensive health and lifestyle analysis of people from a range of Hispanic/ Latino origins shows that this segment of the U.S.
population is diverse, not only in ancestry, culture, and economic status, but also in the prevalence of several diseases, risk. Reaching and Engaging with Hispanic Communities: A Research-Informed Communication Guide for Nonproffts, Policymakers, and Funders About the Authors Alicia Torres is a senior director of communications and Hispanic outreach at Child Trends.
She has more. Hispanic and Latino Americans (Spanish: estadounidenses hispanos, pronounced [ˈðenses isˈpanos]) are Americans who are descendants of people from Iberia and Latin America. More generally, these demographics include all Americans who identify as Hispanic and/or Latino (regardless of ancestry).
As ofthe Census Bureau estimated that there were almost 60 million Hispanics. In the US government began to systematically collect data on Hispanics.
By the Latino population of the United States had become the nation's largest minority and is projected to comprise about one-third of the total US population in Cited by: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN AND HEALTH SERVICES WHITE HOUSE INITIATIVE ON EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE FOR HISPANICS Objective Data, Grant and Funding Models: Identify grant opportunities, programs, etc benefitting Hispanic early care and learning, including parent engagement components of early Size: KB.
So, as Hispanics make up an increasing share of the general US household-forming population, it is critical to look at the trends of Hispanics/Latinos working in the housing industry—that is, the supply side of the homebuilding, remodeling, design, realty, lending, and building maintenance sectors.
For both trajectories, there is more to come. This online book is designed to help health care professionals better understand and more effectively respond to the growing needs of the over 30 million Hispanics in the United States.
It is designed facilitate greater access to, and utilization of, health and human services for this patient population, as well as provide useful suggestions on. Health care industry must adapt to growing Hispanic population. Hispanics are the fastest growing segment of the U.S.
population, and one that will have a significant health care : Richard Cowart. Travis County Health and Human Services Department was conducted.
A random Survey was also conducted of clients of Austin-Travis County Health and Human Services Department immunization clinic(s). This Survey measures client perceptions, if any, of the barriers that Hispanics face in obtaining health care services in general.
SHHRP has been making professional connections within the communities of diversity in greater Denver for 20 years plus. We connect companies looking to fill job openings with job seekers via website offerings of membership levels suited for your needs.
SHHRP works with top employers in the Denver area to connect them with job seekers in the. Notable Hispanics in medicine – Dr. Antonia Novello, a Puerto Rican pediatrician who specializes in kidney problems, was the first woman and the first Hispanic to.
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the northern 70% of modern-day Arizona. Demographics. Hispanics made up % of Arizona's population. The largest ancestry group in Arizona is Mexican. The mission of the Department of Health and Human Services (U.S./) is to protect and enhance the well-being of all Americans.
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Your Heart, Your Life: A Community Health Worker’s Manual for the Hispanic Community is designed to help promotores teach an lesson course on heart health education. Looking for seasoned bilingual Human Resource facilitators.
Started by Paula Garlen Oct 3, I would like to know the number of Hispanic HR professionals that have EEO compliance responsibilities separated by gender and job title if at all possible. Our firm provides support services to HR professionals accross industry lines.I look.