Outcome 1 - Understand diversity, equality and inclusion in own area of work.
1.1 - Explain models of practice that underpin equality, diversity and inclusion in own area of responsibility.
As domiciliary care supervisor I am required to have knowledge, skills and an appropriate attitude that will enable me to:
Treat colleagues, service users, carers and others with respect
Act in ways that recognise that people are different and do not discriminate against people because of those differences
Act in ways that acknowledge people’s right to make their own decisions and recognise their responsibilities, in supporting the individual, informing them of choices, and act as an advocate …show more content…
Information is important and is a necessary requirement for an individual to make an informed choice. Information is accurate, accessible and available when people need it. Information should be facts and not opinions. Before making an informed choice people should be in possession of all the facts and recognise implications, and future consequences of an action. Various options must be considered Informed choice - One that is informed, consistent with the decision maker's values, and behaviourally implemented
Autonomous choice - One which occurs when people act (1) intentionally, (2) with understanding, and (3) without controlling influences that determine their actions
Informed decision - One where a reasoned choice is made by a reasonable individual using relevant information about the advantages and disadvantages of all the possible courses of action, in accord with the individual's beliefs
4.3 Explain how issues of individual capacity may affect informed