Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings
In this assignment you will consider best practice in promoting diversity, equality and inclusion which does not discriminate against others. You will look at relevant legislation, codes of practice and regulations governing adult social care and consider the consequences for a variety of people if these are not followed. You are asked to consider your own attitudes and beliefs and how these may impact on how you treat people and to reflect on your own practice.
There are three tasks to this assignment.
A Short answer questions
C Reflective account
This is a summary of the evidence required for the unit.
Task Evidence Learning outcomes covered
A Short answer questions 1.1, 1.2, 3.1
B Leaflet 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 3.2, 3.3
C Reflective account 2.3, 2.4, 2.5
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. SHC 33 1.1) Diversity
Diversity means variety, an example of this is society, where people very in a multitude of ways, including sex, age, sexual orientation, physical characteristics such as height, weight and skin colour, personal experiences and attributes, such as beliefs, values and preferences. Care settings reflect the diversity of the population, an example of which is diet, some people have specific dietary needs, some may need food that is pureed due to swallowing difficulties, others may follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, people from different cultural and religious backgrounds have specific dietary needs. Equality
Equality is treating people fairly regardless of their differences, ensuring that they have access to the same life opportunities. An example of this in the care setting is Ability, a lack of understanding about the needs of people with physical or mental...
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