Health and Social Care

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Outcome 1

1. Diversity-means acknowledging that people can be different because of their culture, race, disability.

Equality-means equal rights for people regardless of what factors they might have that are different. Equality states that because they are human they must be equal/

Inclusion-is bases upon the idea of allowing everyone equal access to a service regardless of gender, disability, religions ETC.

Discrimination-treating a person or group less favourably than another in the same situation, usually on account of their race, age, gender, disability or relgion.

2. Discrimination may deliberately occur in the work place because they may be being treated less favourable, or treated differently because of their gender, age, race, disability, sexuality, or religion.Discrimination may inadvertently take place when a rule or policy that applies equally to everybody is more restrictive for people from a certain group.

3.By supporting a person’s equality you are treating them as equal and including them in all activities, you will be reducing the likelihood of discrimination.

Outcome 2

there are various pieces of legislation in place to promote equality and reduce discrimination these include The disability discrimination act 2005
The Race Relations act 2000
The Human Race Act 1998
The sex discrimination act 1975

2. Always challenge discrimination. Do it in a calm and professional way and tell the individual that what they are saying is unacceptable. You can also say that you are upset and offended by discriminatory words.

Outcome 3

1.There are a range of sources available about equality, diversity and inclusion; these include: Policies within in the workplace
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websites such as :www.equalityhumanrights.co.uk, www.direct.gov.uk 2.There are a variety of different methods of obtaining information on, diversity, equality, and inclusion. You can access government web sites that list all of the current legislations in place to protect the rights of individuals. You can obtain leaflets to give to your service users, to inform them of their rights. You can contact certain groups, such as AGE UK, who can supply materials to hand out to your service user’s on discrimination, equality etc.

Outcome 1
1. I have worked with my current employer for 2months. I work with clients who have been diagnosed with dementure. I am responsible for providing support to the service user’s, which includes: Personal care, assisting with meal preparation, maintaining records for service delivered, and ensuring the service user is safe at all times. I treat all service users with respect and dignity, and my work practices reflect and promote equal opportunities. I have read, and understand my Company’s policies and procedures, and am aware of what to do in most circumstances, and the correct reporting/recording procedures to follow. I always work in a professional manner, and ensure all service user information is kept up to date, and confidential. 2. Here is a list of legislations, which are relevant to domiciliary care, and residential services. These make up ‘standards’ to follow for good practice in my working practices. Care Standards Act 2000

Domiciliary Care Regulations 2002
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992
Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Codes of Practice
National Occupational Standards We all have attitudes; how we think, behave or what we value. Attitudes are very personal and different individuals have different attitudes. 3.A belief system is a set of ideas and principles about what is right and wrong, true or false. Like attitudes, beliefs are very personal. One individual’s religious and political beliefs will be different from another’s. Their ideas about, for example, how to dress, what to eat, how to behave, what is right and wrong, just and decent, will...
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