1.1. Explain what is meant by:
Diversion is simply about recognizing individual and cultural differences ranging from nationality, culture, abilities, ethnic origin, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation or social class. These are encountered in all level of health and social care.
Equality can be defined as treating people fairly and equally no matter their age, sex, religion, disability, nationality, gender, class etc. This is about seeing all human beings as human and equal.
Inclusion can be seen as involving service users in a way that should give them sense of value, belonging, importance, respect ...view middle of the document...
1.3. Explain how practices that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination
Inclusion and equality breaks down the walls of all sorts of discrimination. Inclusion can be realized by utilizing adequate ways or processes to ensure everyone is not excluded from anything. It is important to appreciate differences in diversity by ensuring equal opportunity for all regardless of their age, sex, religion, disability or gender. To have adequate personalized care and support can help people develop self-esteem.
These Acts also means that all care workers follow service users for different individual care designed plans in order to make sure that all their required needs are given, realized and up to date.
2.1. Identify which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to your own role
Equal Pay Act 1970, Sex discrimination Act 1975.
The Human Rights Act 1998, Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005, Special Equality Act 2010, Equal Opportunity 2004, Codes of Practice of Care Sector and Equality and Human Right Commission. All of these are about meeting and respecting the needs of individuals.
All of these Acts relate to me as a care worker in which it is my responsibility to make sure I am strictly adhered to and making sure that they are followed strictly within the guidelines. This absolutely makes sure that all service users are treated equally regardless of their colour, age, disability, gender, religion, belief and sexual orientation. Then I will endeavour to follow my work setting policies and procedures relating to discrimination. I could act as an advocate between the people involved in order to resolve the issue involved. When people fail to understand and recognize other people’s differences or situations, it is termed as ignorance. If discriminators are enlightened or made to be aware of their actions and effects on others, this apparently may change their opinions and actions, which invariably will prevent further discrimination in the future within any work place. One has to know that if discrimination is not challenged and left to continue, it means that it is accepted, condoned and empowered which is totally unacceptable. Some disciplinary procedures and complaining procedures...