This is particularly important for adults in need who, because of a disability, illness or their age, are unable to take adequate care of themselves and keep themselves from harm. How does this diversity add to the care provided? Promoting equality and diversity in the workplace is primarily concerned with preventing discrimination — whether this is active or passive.
They may become defensive and are reluctant to ask for help for fear of ridicule or embarrassment.
All our employees, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, will be treated fairly and with respect. Equality and diversity are key components in the delivery of quality care services.
Any barriers which may prevent a service user from accessing what they need should be identified and removed. They should implement policies and procedures which are applied in each business area. People of all races are entitled to equal care. The Vital Connection equalities framework Aims to put values of equality, fair treatment and social inclusion firmly at the centre of NHS workforce policy and practice.
One way in which organisations have responded to the issue of diversity in recent years has been the development of flexibility in working practices and services.
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It must be addressed because if you do not respond and just let the incident pass you are contributing to the person feeling that it is acceptable to speak or behave that way. Value Diversity Employees should be encouraged to value diversity and respect the attributes that make people different.
Strategies for the Promotion of Equality and Diversity Being able to promote equality and diversity in the workplace is so important. Firstly, does your setting have an equality and diversity policy? The promotion of equality and diversity within the workplace is often about the prevention of discrimination, even if this is unintentional.
The Act protects all individuals and groups from discrimination. Without a fundamental understanding of equality and diversity, it can be very difficult to promote it in the sector.
Equality and diversity are key components in the delivery of quality health and social care services and good practice should encourage and promote these values as much as possible. Staff within the health and social care sector has a duty to promote equality and diversity across all areas of their work, providing a service that is fair, personalised and diverse.
These principles provide a comprehensive framework which enable providers to deliver the right support within health and social care and to ensure that equality and diversity are at the centre of strategic decision making.
Index Copernicus Value This Multi-Faith Resource for Healthcare Staff from NHS Education for Scotland provides useful information about a range of different faith groups to help health and social care workers understand what individual requirements may be needed.
The journal brings together perspectives from diverse fields to provide a unique platform for sharing good practice and promoting innovative improvements in health and care provision. For example, never assume that an older adult has a poor memory or poor hearing, and never assume that a younger adult is too immature to make a decision.
A series of papers: Authors can track their progress through the system. The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards protect people who lack capacity by enabling them to have as much control as possible over the decisions that affect them.Equality and diversity is becoming more important in all aspects of our lives and work for a number of reasons: We live in an increasingly diverse society and need to be able to respond appropriately and sensitively to this diversity.
Learners in the healthcare setting will reflect this diversity around gender, race and ethnicity, disability, religion, sexuality. The CARE CERTIFICATE. Equality and Diversity What you need to know Standard THE CARE CERTIFICATE WORKBOOK Equality and Diversity, Inclusion and Promoting equality 3/5(2).
Equality and diversity. Everyone should have an equal opportunity to access high quality care and support to meet their individual needs and people should not be disadvantaged due to their background, culture or community. P1 equality,diversity and rights in health and social care level 3 a level Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care.
Equality, diversity and rights in health and social care. I will be explaining what equality, diversity and right mean in health social care I will start with the definition and then give an example for each. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care is an Open Access publication which ensures that, once a paper has been accepted and edited, there is no lengthy wait for publication and it is available to the widest possible readership with no pay-wall barrier.
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