Promoting anti-discriminatory practice
All the staff must to Following principles and values to make sure that the service users who come to the care home are treated equally, respected and promoted. They have to make sure that they treat everyone fairly and equally, always be honest with everyone so they can be free to talk to workers use empathy as a way of understanding their problem or situation and this helps to protect their rights as an individual. All the staff should respect service users' backgrounds, languages, cultures and religions. All the Staff have to make sure that even with someone's disability to learn that they get the same choices as any other person would. For example when you making activity for users make that that activity is easy and be able to understand for service users so they can make that all the service users right and project.
Promoting and supporting individuals right to dignity, independence, choice and safety
All the staff must provide active support while encouraging and supporting each individual to do what they can for themselves, offering on individual a choice of activities and choices regarding whether and how they participate in them I must try to explain to people different to different options on for example for Muslim users must tell that if meet is halal or not or and -scale decisions that affect them.
Even simple choices that make a big different to everyday lives of the individuals involved
Maintaining confidentiality of information
The care worker makes sure they keep services user’s information confidential wherever possible. However this mean the confidential information can be shared with other care team members who also need to know about and use it. There are sometimes situations where it is necessary to disclose information about a service user that has been giving in confidence: For example if a service user requests that what they say is kept a secret, this can be overridden if what they said...