Each service user is different and they all like/ dislike different foods. Some service users are able to tell staff as to what they do and don’t like. As for some individuals have difficulties explaining things, but some information like this will more than likely be found on their own care plan. Also some service users may have other things to be aware of such as diabetes eating less sugary things or bad oral hygiene not allowing them to eat solid foods. In this case I would seek guidance for their care plan and GP as to what is acceptable for them to be having.
Diversity is about recognising differences and valuing the differences. It consist of visible and none visible factors which include the characteristics of a person such as their background, culture personality. In addition to the characteristics that are protected under the discrimination legislation in terms of race, disability, gender, religion, sexual orientation and age by recognising and understanding that everyone has the right to be treated as a individual and encouraging individuals to express their individuality freely if they wish everyone who is cared for in your setting will feel valued as a individual. Equality is about creating a fairer society where everyone can participate and has the opportunity to fulfil their potential this is stated in the department of health 2004. Equality also means being equal no matter what you race, gender, age, disability, religion, cultural differences and sexual orientation.
Diversity is about recognising and valuing everyone’s culture, personality, age, race, sex, disability, gender, religion and beliefs. * Equality – treating people in a way that is appropriate for their needs. Making sure people are treated fairly and given fair chances. Recognise their needs and that they are met in different ways. * Inclusion – equal opportunities for everyone whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, to be included.
CU297P/CT297 Principles of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in Adult Social Care Setting 1.1 Define what is meant by: * Diversity * Equality * Inclusion * Discrimination Diversity - is meant by acknowledging that each individual is unique and recognising individual differences, For example culture, ability, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other individual characteristic. Equality - is fair treatment and access opportunities for all regardless of differences like their ability, culture, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or any other group characteristic. Inclusion - is to embrace all people regardless of race, gender, age, ability etc. its about recognising that we are one and not all the same and to have a sense of belonging. Discrimination - is an unfair or unequal treatment of an individual or group on the grounds of age, gender, ability, race etc.
Assignment 203- Principles Of Diversity, Equality And Inclusion In Adult Social Care Settings Task A- Short Answer Questions. Ai- Complete The Following Table, Describing In Your Own Words What Each Term Means. Diversity | Is the understanding that everyone is human and has rights no matter of their race, age, gender etc. These people make the world more interesting and different. | Equality | Is making sure that everyone has the equal chance to participate in everyday life to the best they can.
When you tackle her she says Mr Salinky is confused so he won’t know what he’s eating. Firstly I would totally feel that this is a discriminatory act. My reason for my opinion on this is due to the neglectful actions when taking into account his cultural believes and wishes. I feel this act from another colleague actually borders on institutional abuse. Especially since I’d made attempts to challenge her on her reasons for giving him the meat.
It seems like this is a common theme for the people in today’s society as well. Everyone is always trying to be something they’re not, and similarly to the characters in the story, they never end up well. It seems like this is a common theme for the people in today’s society as well. Everyone is always trying to be something they’re not, and similarly to the characters in the story, they never end up well. It seems like this is a common theme for the people in today’s society as well.
That tells you she was so hungry, she would risk going to jail to get food. To add to soup kitchens problems, they’re often unsanitary. Dirt and such could stain the walls and basically anything to be found in the building. It’s a last resort place but in reality, it’s a resort to many. Meals in soup kitchens don’t follow very good health guidelines either.
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.
B: Everyone is treated the same and equal, without regard to religious, political, social, or personal beliefs. C: Inclusion is about equal opportunities for all individuals, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, attainment and background. D: Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment of an individual based on their membership in a certain group or category. 2: Describe the potential effects of discrimination (1.1.2): There are many types of potential discrimination which could leave individuals : *Feeling or being alienated* Feeling violated of human rights* Disrupted from community spirit* Being labelled or stereotyped* Limiting opportunities* Breeding contempt/aggression/conflict* Feeling victimised/damaging psychology 3: Explain the importance of inclusive practice in promoting equality and supporting diversity (1.1.3) : Inclusive practice is about the attitudes,approaches and strategies taken to ensure that people are not excluded or isolated. It means supporting diversity by accepting and welcoming people’s differences, and promoting equality by ensuring equal opportunities for all.