SHC 33: Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or childrens and young peoples setting.
1.1) Diversity- Diversity mean difference, it recognises that even though people have things in common with each other they are also unique and different. Everyone is unique and different for example; skin colour, race, disability, gender and religion.
Equality- Equality mean treating everyone equally in a way that is appropriate for their needs.
Inclusion- Inclusion means including everyone to equal opportunities whatever their age, gender, ethnicity and background.
1.2) Potential effects can be different for people. The effects can be physical or emotional and sometimes both; Feeling isolated, Low self esteem, Depression, Fear of rejection, Stress, Low self worth, Feeling withdrawn from society, Humiliation, Weight loss/ gain, Fear, Anger
1.3) Discrimination and prejudice interfere with;
Childrens right to have access to equality or opportunity. Promoting the positive aspects of diversity.
Inclusion requires us to appreciate the barriers. To all children and families participating in and benefiting the equalty and inclusion in the enviroment.
2.1) All settings should have policies that take into account on an everyday routine. By taking policies into account this legislationand guide the way you and your colleagues ensure that equality and inclusion are promote Policies and codes at our setting are most deffinately used on an every day to day basis. We include every child that wishes to join in with games, outdoor play and any of the other activities that we may be doing.
CYP Core 3.2: Promote child and young person development.
1.1) The factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development are; Confidentiality
Childrens wishes and feelings
Ethnic, linguistic and cultural background
Disability or specific requirement
reliability of information
Open and closed recording methods
1.3) The selection of the assessment methods used are; Narrative description and written record
Checklists and tick charts
Any plans that involve supporting an individual should be focused on their needs and interests and wherever possile we should involve them in the planning process. On an every day to day basis we take into consideration what is best for the child.
The features of an enviroment or service that promotes the development of children and young people are; Stimulating and attractive
Well planned and organised
Personalised and inclusive
Encouraging and pratising participation
Regulatory requirements met
High-quaity policies in place and followed
Meeting individuals and group needs
Involving parents and carers appropriately
In the everyday setting you should always have a positivity with both staff and children this is very important as the children can pick up on negativity, the childs needs need to come first. Negativity can cause a child to be very upset and may not feel like coming to nursery.
There in an understanding that outcomesfor children and young people, including their development can be improved when a multi-agency.
CYP core 3.6: Working together for the benefit of children and young people.
Children in their early years have a range of needs and the way that we work together as practitioners can have a positive impact on their health, development and learning.
If the outcomes for any child are to be positive it is important that all the adults involved understand what information can be shared and the importance of confitentiality. A child who is looked...
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