Promote equality and inclusion in Health, Social Care or Childrens and Young Peoples Settings
1.1 Explain what is meant by diversity, equality and inclusion
Diversity means difference, Diversity recognises that even though people have alot in common with eachother they are all different in there own unique ways.
Diversity conists of visable and non-visable factors which could include race, sexual orientation, disability, religion, gender and many more.
By recognising these differences in people we could make a more productive enviorment for people where everyone feels valued.
Equality means treating people in the appropriate mannor that you would like to be treated, everyone is equal no matter what background they come from.
Inclusion is the total opposite to discrimination in my eyes as i think it would mean to be included and to make people feel valued and respected no matter what there age, gender, religion etc.
It is about breaking down barriers and getting rid of discrimination, making people feel welcome and respected and not pushing them out because of there individual differences.
1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination
The potential of effects of discrimination could be different for different people, these could be emotional or physical, sometimes even abit of both.
Possible effects could be:
· Low self esteem
· Feeling isolated
· Fear of rejection
· Weight loss or gain
Long term effects could be:
· Long term depression
· Increased behaviour problems
· Difficulty communicating
· Lack of acheivment
· Lack of education
· Restricted oppurtunities
1.3 Explain how inclusive practice promotes equality and supports diversity
A successful and reliable care setting promotes both diversity and equality in its setup, the need for this is for the care workers to promote fairness and indiscrimination for all people involved such...