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“…Midweek calls served as session reminders. More specific to our efforts with Latino families, interventionists went ''the extra mile,'' sometimes accompanying parents to medical appointments (e.g., see Domenech Rodríguez et al 2008) and facilitating access to needed services (e.g., medical) or goods (e.g., formula), especially when it was evident that parents needed an advocate. These issues were directly the result of parents' cultural and economic context; being a Latino with a low level of education and low-to-no English proficiency created a need for support that is not characteristically observed when working with White American families.…”
Section: Contextmentioning
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“…Midweek calls served as session reminders. More specific to our efforts with Latino families, interventionists went ''the extra mile,'' sometimes accompanying parents to medical appointments (e.g., see Domenech Rodríguez et al 2008) and facilitating access to needed services (e.g., medical) or goods (e.g., formula), especially when it was evident that parents needed an advocate. These issues were directly the result of parents' cultural and economic context; being a Latino with a low level of education and low-to-no English proficiency created a need for support that is not characteristically observed when working with White American families.…”
Section: Contextmentioning
“…Recent demographic data indicate that Latinos are the largest ethnocultural group in the United States (U.S. Census Bureau, 2006a) and projections for the percent Latino of the total population of the United States suggests that by the year 2020 and 2050, Latinos will be 17.8% and 24.4% respectively (U.S. Census Bureau, 2006a). This rapid growth is due to both new births and also sizeable migration (Domenech Rodríguez et al, 2008).…”
Section: Whya Focus On Latinos and Latinas?mentioning
“…This was not the result of our actions during the raid alone. We stepped in to support families in other circumstances as well (e.g., a medical emergency; Domenech Rodríguez, McNeal, & Cauce, 2008). We believe that our involvement in the community when the raids were happening was a crucial aspect for such close and positive relationship between researchers and community members in Utah.…”
Section: Acute Challenge: Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) Rmentioning