UNIT 303 DIP 1.1 TC 1.1 • Diversity means variety. including in their age,sex, sexual orientation, physicalcharacteristics such as height, weight and skin colour, ability, personal experiences and personal attributes, such as beliefs, values and preferences.• Equality is about treating people fairly,regardless of their differences, by ensuringthat they have access to the same lifeopportunities as everyone else,• Inclusion inclusion is about acceptingeveryone, regardless of difference. It is alsoabout getting rid of intolerance ofdifferences and providing help and supportwhere appropriate. Discrimination is the treatment of one group or person in a less or more favourable way than another on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, age or other prejudice. DIP 1.3 TC 1.3 Inclusive practice is about attitudes and approaches taken to ensure that people are not isolated or excluded.
Equality: It means treating everyone equally regardless of their colour, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability etc it is different to treating people the same; different people have different needs, so individuality should be taken in to account. Inclusion: The term inclusion is seen as a universal human right and aims at embracing all people irrespective of race, gender, disability, medical or other need. It is about giving equal access and opportunities and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance. Discrimination: Discrimination is a state of mind; this mindset has the disposition of looking down on someone who you view as lower then yourself for colour, race, or religion. It is almost always irrational and it makes you unable to act normally around the person you have prejudice toward.
Introduction to equality and inclusion on health, social care or children's and young people's settings. 1. Understand the importance of equality and inclusion 1.1 Explain what is meant by diversity, equality, inclusion and discriminationDiversityDiversity is a term that is used to describe the differences between people, I.E. race, religion or sexuality. Equality Equality is the treatment of everyone as equals no matter how diverse they are.
Inclusion The term inclusion is seen as a universal human right and aims at embracing all people irrespective of race, gender, disability, medical or other need. It is about giving equal access and opportunities and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance. Discrimination Discrimination could be direct or indirect, and both are covered by equality & diversity legislation. a. Direct - Where one person is treated less favourably than another is, has been or will be treated in a comparable situation b.
Unit 203 Introduction to equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s setting Outcome 1 Understand the Importance of Equality and Inclusion 1.1 Diversity is about acknowledging and respecting an individuals differences, diversity recognises that although people have things in common with each other, every individual is also different in many ways, Diversity consists of many factors. Equality means to treat everyone equally in a way that is appropriate to their needs. Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment of an individual based on their membership in a certain group or category. Inclusion is seen as a universal human right and aims at embracing all people irrespective of race, gender, disability, medical or other needs. It is about giving equal access and opportunities and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance.
We must ensure that we are not marginalising against the people at the centre, this means that if people are from poor backgrounds we are providing services which are appropriate and that we are still providing equally to that of others in the centre. The community centre should ensure that they care for all people of different economic well-being and that we offer the same services to all. As well as this there are other areas where equality is are key, an example of this would be a non-English speaker going to the doctor and finding it difficult to communicate. It would be our duty at the community centre to find a person that can speak different languages and help them communicate with the doctor. We would also ensure that the interpreter would be able to work with the non-English speaker to ensure they would be able to access the treatments required.
It means treating people as individuals, with different skills and abilities, without making judgment based on stereotypes. It is based on fair equal, and courteous opportunities to all individuals, it should include the principle of treating people with fairness. It should also create a way of life where people of all backgrounds can feel appreciated and valued, and should be well established in health and social care services. The word diverse means “varied and different” so “diversity” is about more than equality. It is about valuing variety and individual differences and creating a culture, environment and practices which respect and value differences for the benefit of society, organisations and individuals.
Diversity Diversity refers to the unique differences in our society, between individuals and how individuals choose to live their lives. Each person is a unique individual and diversity recognises these differences, whether its differences because of race, gender, sexual orientation, beliefs, background, physical appearance, family structure or disability. Diversity isn't just between two groups of people, but also between the individuals in the group..By recognising and understanding our individual differences and accepting them we can create a productive environment in which everybody feels valued. Equality Equality means provision of equal access to opportunities and having the same rights as others.Equality is ensuring that individuals have equal opportunities in order to make the most of their talents and lives. Equality is about no one having less opportunity or choice because of their beliefs, gender, race, sexuality orientation, background, family structure or disability.
1.1b Define what is meant by Equality This means that everybody has equal rights regardless of their backgrounds , knowledge, religion or any factors that make them different. We must make sure they are recieving all the appropriate opportunities to help them in their care they recieve from the carers or staff. This includes all the services that are available to the individual must be told to them so they have the equal opportunity to use them if required if we only told certain people that would not be giving all users equality if as a care worker you see something or someone that is not getting these equal rights you must take action to ensure that they do by reporting the problem to the manager or somebody in authority so it can be sorted out promptly.. 1.1c Define what is meant by Inclusion. This is about giving equal access and opportunities to all and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance. This means identifying and removing any barriers so that all can have access and participation in all areas.
Equality Equality is when everyone is regarded as the same regardless of individual factors; equality protects people from being discriminated against for being ‘different’. Discrimination in equality can happen in relation to a person’s race, sex, health, religion, family, age, politics, disability, culture, sexual orientation or beliefs. Equality is about a society that is fair where there is massive potential and opportunity. Equality isn’t about having the same income, the same size house or the same amount of wealth; it is about treating people fairly because not everyone can be extremely successful. Diversity Diversity is the ability to accept and respect an individual regardless of who they are and what influences their lives.