DEM209: Equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care practice
Learner name: Hilly Binyon
1. Understand the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion when working with individuals with dementia
1.1 Explain what is meant by:-
* Diversity – literally means difference. Care settings reflect...
Is It Possible To Have Diversity, Equality and Inclusion In Dementia Care?
People with dementia can be very vulnerable and may not be able to communicate their wants and needs to other people. It is therefore up to the people who are caring for the individual to make sure that their interests...
people with dementia diagnoses may still be employed have children and a family and it can be a lot more distressing for them when diagnosed than someone who is older, they have a better awareness of what is coming and what is going to happen, and older person may not realise they have dementia at first...
Equality and diversity and older people with high support needs
Imogen Blood and Sally-Marie Bamford International Longevity Centre – UK
This review adopts a ‘capability-based’ approach to equality, analysing older people with high support needs from different equality groups and...
1. Understand that each individual’s experience of dementia is unique.
Their customs and religious practices are very important to them. It defines who they are. Some like their dietary needs met regarding not eating pork etc. Some only like their own sex handling their needs some will not accept...
Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion in adult social care settings
Task A - Short Answer Questions
Ai) Using the table below, explain in your own words what each term means. Give one example from care practice to illustrate your explanation.
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Sundial Cottage has been helping and supporting the elderly for 25 years. This induction work book is designed to help and support you as an employee to gain the skills and knowledge needed to provide an excellent service.
largest awarding organisation offering vocational and academic qualifications and testing, to employers, training providers, colleges, schools, and other places of learning in the UK, and in over 85 countries worldwide. Our specialist suite of qualifications include NVQs, Apprenticeships, WorkSkills,...
QCF Level 3 Health and Social Care
PromoteEquality and Inclusion in Health and Social Care
Putting it as simple as possible, diversity means variety or difference. We see this in everyday lives, supermarkets have a diverse range of foods, and clothing stores have a diverse range of clothes. When...
Unit 4222-303 Promoteequality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings
Outcome 1 Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion
1. Explain what is meant by Diversity, Equality and Inclusion
EqualityEquality is the term for treating people...
Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings
Task A Short answer questions
Ai Explain in your own words what each term means. Give one example from care practice to illustrate your explanations.
Diversity refers to something that is diverse...
Explain what is meant by.
Diversity | Diversity means differences in ethnicity, heritage, customs, beliefs and values. It could be someone’s physical appearance, mental capabilities, etc. I have been taught that personal identity which is formed from a young age allows...
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example from care practice to illustrate your explanations.
Diversity: The concept of diversity encompasses acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender...
the concept of diversity and its relevance to working with individuals who have dementia.
1. Explain what is meant by the terms
Diversity: This means difference and peoples differences are varied. Race, culture, age, marital status, politics and religion is all what makes us an individual.
To provide a high level of care to individuals. To undergo any training provided and to put in to practise while knowledge gained.To be respectful at all times. To promote independence where possible, respect the rights and choices of others. To ensure the safety and well being of those in...
LO1 Learning how the design and review of services promote and maximises the rights of users of health and social care services
1.1 Explain how current legislation and sector skills standards influence organisational policies and practices for promoting and maximising the rights of users of...
anti-discriminatory practice, what values are involved and how I promote this in my own workplace. I will be identifying legislation and how this influences my practice as a worker.
I believe that a value is something that is important to an individual and the values that I believe in play a very important role...