impairments, sensory impairment, physical disabilities, learning disabilities, intermediate or respite care) are demonstrably based on current good practice, and reflect relevant specialist and clinical guidance.
The needs and preference of specific minority ethnic communities, social/cultural or...
, equality and diversity and maintain that individuals are respected and given choice
2.2 As a care worker it is vitally important to respect the beliefs, culture, values and preferences of all the individuals I support, the ways that I can do this is to set myself a high standard of working...
safety policy should be covering the key points of this legislation. We should have a good understanding of what it says and how this affects our work role
1.3 Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work.
Everyone has their own...
language needs, wishes and preferences
Describe a range of communication methods
An individual is someone requiring care or support
Preferencesmay be based on:
Importance of finding out an individual’s needs, wishes and preferencesmay include:
: the nonphysical attributes of a person
Ex: thoughts, communication, action, beliefs, values, and institutions of racial, ethnic, religious or social groups
Culture-Bound Syndrome: a condition that is culturally defined
Ethnicity: a social group within the social system that claims to possess...
Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality
and inclusion in adult socialcaresettings.
Ci) I believe it is possible for your own personal preferences, attitudes, beliefs and heritage to impact on your workingpractice if you allow it to...
ill people and those who care about them. Each of these decisions should ideally be considered in terms of the relief of suffering and the values and beliefs of the dying individual and his or her family. In addition, any system of medical care has its own primary values that may or may not coincide...
. Describehowownvalues, belief systems and experiences mayaffectworkingpractice.
Outcome 3 Be able to evaluate own performance
The learner can:
a. Evaluate own knowledge, performance and understanding against relevant standards
b. Demonstrate use of feedback to evaluate own performance and inform...
equality of opportunity for everyone. People have different personal needs, values and beliefs. Good people management practice demands that people propositions are both consistently fair but also flexible and inclusive in ways that are designed to support business needs.
The social justice or equality...
suburban areas” (McCoy, C., 2009). These challenges affect the APN, patients, families, and community. In 2009 McCoy stated that an understanding of rural persons along with their self-defined preferences and needs is essential to the development of a theory base for professional practice in nursing...
doing business. You may find factions, values and traditions that do not exist elsewhere in the country.
World Business Culture
Globalization has helped create a world business culture. Certain practices, such as transparency, respect for local customs and social responsibility have become...
anti-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and socialcaresettings
Active promotion of anti-discriminatory practice: ethical principles; putting the patient/service user at the
heart of service provision, eg providing active support consistent with the beliefs, culture and preferences
the value of accepting, accommodating and respecting the diversity of all patients /clients, thus providing an enriched level of care.
1. Explain which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to own role.
-Mental capacity act...
religious beliefs an individual may have. This may be influenced by cultural upbringing or from values that have been taught in the family. Allowing service users to practice their religious or cultural beliefs in health and socialcaresettings will give them a sense of comfort, belonging and tolerance...
and good relations between people of different racial groups.
2.2 show interaction with individuals that respects their beliefs, culture, values and preferences
in order to be sure that a care worker’s work is inclusive and respectful of other people’s social identity, they need to...
1 Understand how personal values and principles influence individual contributions to work in health and socialcaresettings
Personal values: influences of eg beliefs and preferences, culture, political perspectives, interests and priorities, change over lifespan
likelihood of discrimination Identify which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to own role Show interaction with individuals that respects their beliefs, culture, values and preferencesDescribehow to challenge discrimination in a way that...
who is able-bodied.
2. Show interaction with individuals that respects their beliefs, culture, values and preferences.
I am in a triage clinic one morning and I have a Mrs X approach me whilst I was calling another patient in. I asked the patient whom I called to take a seat in the...
equipment needs etc.
Codes of Practice
In England and Wales, the General SocialCare Council (GSCC) is responsible for ensuring that standards within the socialcare sector are of the highest quality. It has developed Codes of Practice for all care workers that include information on how to protect...