Health And Social Care Level 3 Unit 2 D2

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M3 & D2- Discuss difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings and justify ways of overcoming difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings. In this assignment I am going to discuss the difficulties that can come up when promote anti-discriminatory practice and give examples of the range of ways people can overcome these difficulties when in a health and social care settings. There are many difficulties when trying to implement the anti-discriminatory practice. This could cause major problems when it comes to the health and social care sector as many people rely on the anti-discrimination practice to be able…show more content…
This means some members of staff will be more up to date with training than others and discriminate against one another or even against the service users. D2- Two ways to overcome this would be to hold a bake sale and cut back on the things they do not need such as rugs. This would help save money towards the much needed training and help the staff members to become more aware of how to deal with certain situations. M3- Language barriers are a big problem; these can sometimes be very difficult to find out any information needed to help people. Things such as sign language, Braille, and verbal communication can be hard to understand if an individual’s preferred method of communication is different to those trying to communicate with them. D2- A way to overcome this is to find out what their preferred method of communication is and try to use that method, if the method is quite difficult then try to write things down so hopefully they can read and understand what you are asking or telling them. If an individual is blind then the best type of communication would more than likely be Braille but for those who don’t know Braille it would be verbal

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