Thursday, February 28, 2019

Equality and Inclusion in Health and Social Care

Promote equality and inclusion in health, social forethought or childrens and young peoples lays.Explain what is meant by DiversityThe differences between individuals and groups in society arising from gender, ethnical origins, social, cultural or religious back ground, familtnstructure, disabilities, sexuality and appearance. Equality- is ensuring individuals or groups of individuals be treated fairly and equally and no less favourably, specific to their needs, including areas of race, gender, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation and age.Inclusion is about equal opportunities for all, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, attainment and background.Describe the potiential effects of discriminationDiscrimination against children makes them have a low-self esteem and they find life precise lonely. They whitethorn resentful towards those discriminating them and perform poorly when it comes to activities set for them. They may become defensive and are reluctant to c ontend for service of process for idolize of ridicule or embarrassment.Explain how inclusive practise promotes equality and supports diversityPromoting inclusion is to help children have positive attitudes towards differences and so reduce the likelihood thst they will train prejudiced views, you brush off practise this in ways such as helping children see differnces in a positive way- as kindle and enriching to all our lives and develop positive and respectful attitudes towards people from all walks of life.Explain how lawmaking and code of practice relating to eqaulity, diversity and discrimination apply to your own elaborate roleThe Equality act upon 2010 studys together all previous acts relating to equality and discrimination. The Act applies to all organisations that provide a service to the public. The Act protects all individuals and groups from discrimination. archaeozoic years setting moldiness(prenominal) be aware of these laws and have in place a policy regard ing equality of opportunities and for supporting children with learning difficulties and disabilities Providers must also have regard to the SEN code of practice.The EYFS also states that providers have a responsibility to enssure positive attitudes to diversity and difference. Within my setting we have a Equality and Diversity policy and a SEN and disability policy these policies must be followed by staff and integrated in to our working practice. The policies bring together all the main points from the various acts and the requirements of the EYFS.Describe how to challange discrimination in a way that promotes changeYou should never ignore or excuse such invidious behaviour any more than you would ignore or excuse person if they inflicted physical pain on someone else. It must be address because if you do not respond and just let the incident kick in you are contributing to the person feeling that it is acceptable to speak or behave that way. To promote change you need to chang e peoples attitude toward other races, sexuality, religion etc.We try to educate our children in my setting about different culture, disabilities by doing things like having time so that children can share their experiences with each other, and encourage them to think of other peoples feelings and share different options with each other and also give them the luck to think about what it is like foe other people and ask them to think about themselves in other people shoes.

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