Unit 3 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: 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: Equality means treating people in the appropriate mannor that you would like to be treated, everyone is equal no matter what background
There are many ways in which direct discrimination may occur in social care setting for example; different levels of pay for the same job, bullying or excluding an individual whether it be from group activates or from training and job opportunities because of race, gender or religion etc. There are also many ways in which indirect discrimination may occur in adult social care setting for example; having inadequate facilities for those with disabilities, making demands on the workforce which ma disadvantage some employers such as using complicated language. Biii- Describe Ways of Working That Are Inclusive And Support Anti- Discriminatory Practice. Accepting and welcoming diversity and respecting and valuing differences. Taking in to consideration of other people’s views, opinions and specific needs, for example planning actives so that all can be involved regardless of disability or age etc.
By supporting a person's equality, you are treating them as equal and including them in all activities, you will be reducing the likelihood of discrimination. 2:1... Identify which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity, and discrimination
Unit 3 - Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion 1.1a - Define what is meant by: Diversity Diversity basically means difference. This could be difference in age, back ground, religion etc. It is important to adapt to each persons differences so that the person feels comfortable in your company and their surroundings. 1.1b - Define what is meant by: Equality Equality means that everyone gets the same support, privileges and opportunities as everyone else, regardless of their diversities. 1.1c - Define what is meant by: Inclusion Regardless of what disability someone has or whatever age they are, each person is entitled to equal access to any service.
Understanding diversity allows people to be different to others and that being understood. 1b. Equality Some people think that equality means to treat everyone the same, this would not be right, Equality is making sure that people are treated fairly and have the same rights as other people regardless of background or culture and age, in a health and social care setting it is essential that individuality is taken in to account. 1c. Inclusion Inclusion means to include everyone no matter their age, culture or sexual orientation.
Equality Equality to mean being equal. This mean providing equal oportunity to everyone. Inclusion Inclusio for me is to ensure i include all in my activity, and aim for all to have a some involvement within these sessions. Discrimination the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex. 1.2 Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting.
Explain what is meant by 1.1 Diversity; is respecting individuals differences, recognising uniqueness of individuals and treating people as individuals. Also celebrating individual’s differences. Equality; is ensuring access to opportunities for all involved. Making sure everyone has equal rights and preventing discrimination Inclusion; is so everyone feels respected. Being valued for who and what they are.
Unit 2: Equality, Diversity and Rights Poster Equality: Equality means to be treated equally and fairly. The definition of equality basically means that everyone has equal rights, regardless of what factors they may have that cause them to be different. Every individual should be treated equally; there are laws in place to help ensure people are. An example of equality is that women now have the right to vote, the same as men can. By law every organisation must have an equal opportunities policy.
Even if an individual will always choose to spend time on their own it is nice to be asked and to be told what’s going on even if they choose not to take part. We have a wide range of activities within Hollybank and there is something for everybody and they choose t It is extremely important for all members of the staff team to follow all codes of practice and to comply with all legislation including diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination as failure to do so can have some negative effects on the individuals within care. The individuals could receive care in ways which are unsafe and not in the best interests of the adult. If a staff member was found breaking these rules by not following guidelines and procedures it can lead to a disciplinary as it could give off a reputation of bad practice for the whole company attend at the own
Diversity is about recognising and valuing those differences. Diversity therefore consists of various factors that include personal characteristics such as background, culture, personality in addition to the characteristics that are protected under discrimination legislation in terms of race, disability, gender, religion and belief, sexual orientation and age. Diversity is about treating people as individuals and embracing their uniqueness. 1.1 ii equality Often people confuse equality with treating everybody the same but this isn’t always appropriate, therefore treating people fairly and making sure everyone has equal opportunities is more suitable. Example, having laws that everyone must follow is a form of equality as everyone has the same rights in relation to the law.