Unit 4222-203 Health And Social Care

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4222-203 Introduction to Equality And Inclusion in Health, Sociall Care or Children's and Young People's Setting. OUTCOME 1. Understand the improtance of Equality and Inclusion. Diversity- As a care worker I will be working with many different people and I must treat all as an individual, we should not treat them in any other way. There are many differences in all of us such as different Sex, Race, backgrounds, differences between Beliefs, and Religions, to Hair, being either Small or Big, Colour of skin, Eyes, etc!. Inclusion- Means you should involve an individual or group in activities, there should be help provided for those who have problems getting involved with activities or if an individual does not want a person to get involved. Support should be available for them.…show more content…
Protected characteristicsThere are nine protected characteristics mentioned throughout the Equality Act. Find out what they are. The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)Find out about the legislation that is in place to promote civil rights for people with disabilities and to protect people with disabilities from discrimination. Disability rights in everyday lifeThis page is mainly about the Disability Discrimination Act itself. You can find out about your rights in different areas of life, including accessing and using the services of shops, cafés and banks from the link below. People with disabilities - rights in everyday life The Disability Discrimination ActThe Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 aims to end the discrimination that faces many people with disabilities. This Act has been significantly extended, including by the Disability Discrimination (NI) Order 2006 (DDO). It now gives people with disabilities rights in the areas of: employment
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