Unit 4222-203 Introduction to equality and inclusion in health ,social care or children's and young people's settings (SHC-23)
OUTCOME 1 Understand the importance of equality and inclusion.
1.Explain what it is diversity,equality,inclusion,discrimination.
Diversity – is in the service users houses I work -there are men and women and a range in ages too.Each will have their own personal experiences and preferences,for example - for food and activities,different attitudes;for example – to staff and servise users ,beliefs,health status and intellectual ability.These differences make up diversity.
Equality – equality means treating everyone fairly and making equal opportunities available- this also involves respecting individuals.
Inclusion – inclusion involves making the individual the centre of their life,involving them in everything that is about them,so that they are actively involved in all aspects of their life,care and support.
Discrimination - negative prejudices develop against people who are different in some way. Discriminatory behaviour results in unfair ,unjust treatment.It could be done against those who are different with respect to their age, sex, nationality, ethnic background, religion, ability, financial status and size.
2.Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting.
Ways that discrimination can occur could be based on a individual's ability or on their financial status .Direct discrimination would occur if the care worker shows an objection,that is displays a dislike of the individual and refuses to support them,because of the level of their ability or decides that they will withdraw their service because of the individual's financial status which they believe does not entitle them to the support. Inadvertently discrimination would occur if the care worker worked in a way that insisted on only working with individuals or staff that met certain...
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