Techniques and content of domestic health orientations can be tailored to fit the needs of refugee audiences. Continue the dialogue from the December 5, 2011 webinar, Refugee Health Orientation Continuum: Overseas and Domestic Perspectives, co-sponsored by Cultural Orientation Resource Center, Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) and RHTAC.
What strategies help adult refugees learn and use information from domestic health orientation? What teaching styles work well with refugees? What strategies would you recommend for refugees who are not literate? What strategies would you recommend for health orientations where refugees of various languages and cultures learn together? Leave a comment below.