Pwcs 33 Questions And Answers

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PWCS 33 1.1 Diversity: Everyone is different, appearance, ability, gender, talent, race, beliefs & culture. Equality: The state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability. Inclusion: To include everyone within a group not leaving anyone out because of their race, gender, belief. Discrimination: Treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favour of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit: racial and religious intolerance and discrimination 1.2 Physical effects: Headaches, poor appetite, a change in eating habits, sleeplessness, loss/gain of weight, deterioration of health, bruises, ulcers, lack of personal hygiene and lack of energy. Emotional effects: Low self esteem, lack of confidence, feeling unwanted, insecurity, becoming…show more content…
If your setting catered only for those who, for example, can speak English or are able bodied then others attending would not feel included. Their needs would not be met. Working in an inclusive way means that you celebrate diversity and recognise equality by including everyone regardless of differences. All the usual race, disability, mental capacity, equality and human rights Acts plus the Health and Social Care. Its behaviour or systems that effectively prevent individuals from participating. It can be deliberate such as making individuals accept what is offered rather than providing what they need. 2.5 Inclusive practice means that you provide for the diverse needs of of all of your individuals so that they can feel that they are included and wanted. If your setting catered only for those who, for example, can speak English or are able bodied then others attending would not feel included. Their needs would not be
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