P1 Unit 2 Explain the Concepts of Equality, Diversity and Rights in Health and Social Care Equality: Means that people are all treated equally. This is in employment laws to make sure that all organisations treat everyone of its employees equally. This does not always mean that you should tread all people the same way as you treat others. Equality is linked to opportunity. This type of policy should be in all places of work not just because the law says that there should be one.
Diversity challenges us to recognize and value all sorts of differences in order to make our environment a better place for everyone to work. | Diversity is visible and non-visible differences which include personal characteristics such as background, culture, race, personality disability, age, gender belief are religion. | Equality | Equality is about making sure people are treated fairly and given fair chances. Equality is not about treating everyone in the same way, but it recognizes that their needs are met in different ways. | Equality focuses on those areas covered by the law, Equal wages for the employees with same qualification, experience doing the same job.
unit 205 Task B Case study 1. You are a support worker for Mrs Ahmed who is 89, physically frail and lives alone.She has diabetes. Mrs Ahmed wants to eat foods that are not suitable for her medical condition, and ask you to shop for her as she is not able to go herself * Describe the difficulties for you in exercising your duty of care and upholding Mrs Ahmeds right to choose. -I would check in Mrs Ahmeds care plan to to see if any advise had been noted down in there, then let Mrs Ahmed know of my concerns Regarding the foods that she had chosen. I would then give her a choice of alternative foods that she could choose that are better for her health wise and then ask if she would like to choose the alternatives instead *Where would you go to get help, advice, and support to deal with the dilema.
Sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief, or age. Health and social care services should meet the needs of people from all backgrounds. You should not be treated less favourably than anyone else because of your religion or belief, or because you have no religion or belief. This is why equality is very important in relation to health and social care, everybody is equal in value. This goes both ways for the patient and the health proffesional.
She practices her faith even though she can get crops or needs from the Wal-Mart that is “just down the road” (112). She can even perform a ceremony for her granddaughter in New York to the “twenty-first century totem pole…made of flash and neon” (114). Harjo is able to carry out her rituals and use her belief as a therapeutic figure for challenges she faces in life because nothing can damage her spiritual experience. Before Kamps became the spiritual being she is now, she once went to church to find truth in life. When Kamps’ mother died and she was pregnant, she needed the church the most.
Fliers and newspaper ads are effective as well as word of mouth, and also contacting your local radio stations to help sponsor your business is a must. Make local churches and charities aware of your services, even if they don’t provide a medical service and send out information to food banks and utility assistance programs; anywhere low-income and uninsured people are likely to be. A great way to save money instead of costly advertising is to get some friends or relatives to volunteer by visiting different agencies to explain how opening a free clinic would benefit so many people. Although, this facility will provide quality, comprehensive medical care with the same dignity and confidentiality as a private sector does. It will serve as a non-profit organization to people who are trying to improve their lives but do not have medical insurance or the ability to pay for medical care.
Key Quotes/Techniques “We bought casseroles” “We came over to sit, thats what people do when tragedy strikes” - Mrs Gruener and other key community friends are seen further extending their love and acceptance towards Lars when they come over to ‘sit’ with him, during Bianca’s illness supporting him as he deals with his grief. “Because all these people love you....tell me how we don’t care”- A confrontation occurs between Karin and Lars. Karin tries to make Lars realise how much the community is reaching out to him without disrupting his
Equality Equality means that although everybody is an individual and has different needs, all service users should be treated equally and given the same quality of care. Inclusion Inclusion means that everybody should be helped to be included, regardless of their ability, gender, age, etc. This makes people feel like they are respected
I have dealt with gang members and mosque members with the same level of respect. We want to represent a safe place to seek health care without the trappings of financial concerns, red tape and HMOs. I am grateful for the opportunity to provide health care to so many different members of our society. This helps us to remember why we got into medicine in the first place. This is what I celebrate on my anniversary at the Parker
m. Molly is lacto-ovo vegetarian which means she doesn’t consume any kind of animal meats including fish. I’m most concerned about her fat-soluble vitamins(A,D,E,K) b12 levels which are only found in animal foods, as well as important fatty acids in fish such as EPA and DHA, since these lipid components provide ½ of the energy in human milk. n. As far as supplements, they both don’t need it since B12 should have been injected in the baby after birth since she is a vegan. She has an option to increase her intake in foods rich with EPA and DHA that aren’t animal