It is essential that you do not allow your prejudices to influence the way you work with individuals. Most people have experienced discrimination in one way or another. Some people are more likely to suffer discrimination. These people might be: older people, young people, females, disabled people, homosexuals, lesbians, transgender people and ethnic minorities. Inclusion means to included everyone within a group not leaving anyone out because of their race, gender or disability and valuing diversity.
Discrimination Discrimination is when a person is treated less favourably or you receive a worse service than others because of your age, gender, race, sexuality, or ability. In care, treating everyone the same can be discriminatory because some people will have their needs met and others will not. 2. Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting Discrimination can take place intentionally and also unintentionally. If everyone in your workplace was treated the same this would be
• Discrimination: is an unfair or unequal treatment of an individual or group on the grounds of age, ability, gender, race etc. its being disadvantaged or excluded in the same situation. 1.2 Describe how direct or indirect discrimination may occur in the work setting. Direct Discrimination may occur if an employee is not considered for a promotion because of age or a job is refused to a person because of their disability. Indirect Discrimination may occur when employees are insisted to do night shifts as this could exclude those who have children to care for or by not making reasonable adjustments at work could exclude those employees with a disability.
This goes both ways for the patient and the health proffesional. Example: If a blind person was in a class copying off a power point, then the blind person would be at a disadvantage whereas, if I was to read what the power point said I would be giving them all equal chances to their education. The Equality Act 2010 makes your rights not to be discriminated against stronger. Discrimination means treating someone worse than other people because of who they are. The groups of people who have the right not be discriminated against have also been extended.
It is about giving equal access and opportunities and getting rid of discrimination and intolerance. 1.1d Discrimination is a preconceived attitude towards members of a particular group formed only on the basis of their membership of that group that leads to less favorable or bad treatment of that person. The attitude is often resistant to change even in the light of new information. It is essential that you do not allow your prejudices to influence the way you work with individuals. 1.2 Direct discrimination could take place if individuals are treated less favourably or given a lower standard of service than other individuals because of their gender, race, ethnicity, culture, disability, religion, sexuality, class, mental health and age.
* Discrimination = means treating a person or group of people differently because of their race, age, sexuality, gender, ethnicity etc. 1.2 Describe how direct or indirect discrimination may occur in the work setting. * Direct discrimination may occur if an individual applies for a job but is turned down due to their disability, or if an individual is refused a promotion due to their age. * Indirect discrimination may occur if an individual has specific religious beliefs and appropriate food is not provided (halal meat or kosher) or appropriate equipment is not provided (Quran, bible). 1.3 Explain how practices that support diversity, equality, inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination.
1.2 Deliberate discrimination may happen when people are being treated differently because of their religion, race or having a disability. Discrimination that may inadvertently occur when a policy that may apply to everyone equally restricts a certain society of peoples for example paper work that is only in one language or does not have the option to be in braille and/or audio for the visually impaired or learning difficulties. 1.3 By treating everyone with respect equal and dignity this should help discrimination be reduced. 2.1 Human Rights Act 1998 Equality Act 2010 2.2 Regardless of what you beliefs, preferences, culture and values are certain people may require your support them in their beliefs etc. it is everybody’s right to practice what they believe in.
Discrimination is to treat someone differently because of their background, race, religion, age, sex, disability or characteristics. This can be from our own prejudices and stereotypes. Comments such as, “Girls are better cooks than boys”, can be just a harmless remark but sexist. “My child will not stay in this class because you have no white children”, this is racism. Negative attitudes can create emotional and physical symptoms such as feeling ashamed, fear of society, lack of confidence, low esteem, or angry and
* Define Indirect and Direct discrimination. Indirect discrimination is unfairness that may occur when certain conditions imposed on an individual have an unfavourable impact. It occurs when a condition applied equally to everyone can be achieved by a smaller number of people within that population. Where an employee or prospective employee is less favourably treated because of their race, sex, marital status (including civil partnerships), religion, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, disability, pregnancy or maternity. * Describe both direct and indirect discrimination that may occur in an adult social care setting.
Olumide Olayinka BVE4904 Assignment 203– Principles of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in Adult Social care Settings Task B Presentation Bi - Direct discrimination is intended by an individual usually due to a person’s background, culture, personality, race, disability, gender, religion, belief, sexual orientation and age. Indirect discrimination refers to applying a provision, criterion or practice which disadvantages people of a particular group (defined by sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, Bii - Direct discrimination may occur in a care home by a service provider only supporting a female, only support someone of their own culture, refuse to give personal care to males or not include everyone in a group activity. Indirect discrimination may occur in a way whereby a service provider is thinking everyone drinks tea so only offer tea, by giving a service user a shower daily but not offering a bath or see if they would prefer just a wash or not making a reasonable adjustment which can exclude individuals with disabilities. Biii -By supporting an individual’s diversity by recognising their differences and valuing them and their individuality, by supporting individuals equality, treating a person equally, by including them in all group activities and encouraging individuals to express their views and opinions, by not treating anyone differently due to their background, ethnicity, culture, race, age, sexual orientation, personality, disability, religion, beliefs and gender and overall promoting good practice can prevent/stop the likelihood of abuse Biv - when we work in an inclusive way we are openly communicating with people by, getting to know what their preferences are and building trust. when a person has someone they trust, they become less of a victim , less likely to be discriminated against.