P1 There are many benefits of diversity first of all there is the education factor, I personally that people now have been brought up around diversity and are taught well within school, however there is still the older generation which are maybe uneducated and they are the ones who would usually make unethical comments and they would sometimes pass those thoughts and behaviours onto their off spring and the people they influence the most. Name: Lee Francis You should complete this Assessment in relation to an organisation that you are familiar with. Derman-Sparks sets out initial steps for understanding the daily lives of all children in the setting, followed by ideas for changing programme activities. The approach establishes four goals for adults and children. Welcome back to oursettings for the Spring term 2019 Term Two-Returning back on- Monday 7th January 2019 Friday 15th February 2019 This is a Six Week term. Browser controls Most modern browsers offer you ways to control or block cookies.
Do I need to have an equality policy? There is a small area at the side of the toilets not being used, this would allow them to make the end toilet a disabled toilet and fit a larger door. All employees should have a comprehensive understanding of the principles, practices and legislation so they can properly apply them in their day to day activities. The evaluation found the approach to be very effective in achieving positive change. I feel happy Teacher I am cold. Your case study needs to reflect your actual work settings and you will need to upload examples of the systems and process within your workplace to promote equality and diversity.
Therefore if someone again was in a wheelchair and could not get access because of steps then the wheelchair would be seen as the barrier and not the wheelchair or person. This can include details of any products bought. The development of respect for the environment will also result from such experiences. Understanding these protected characteristics, and how you can prevent discrimination against them, is essential. 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.
Every generation has the opportunity to choose or change which values and attitudes will be passed on to the next. There are no lessons about minority groups families of a different social setting and I recommend that this be a weekly lesson for example week one on the travelling community , how they live and where they live , on Polish people , on single parent families , families being reared by their grand parents or guardians, black people , and families in different parts of the world , disabled parents, disabled children , children with glasses or speech difficulties the list is endless and so much could be thought in this weekly lesson to these little scholars to prepare them for the diverse world they are living in. By keeping their requirements at the forefront of care planning you can provide a tailored package of care which will always be in the best interests of the service user. What is meant by inclusion Inclusion is about equal opportunities for all families, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, attainment and background. It is the expression of cooperative, coordinated practice in any setting.
People of all religions and beliefs are entitled to equal care. Every culture has some kind of traditional cuisine. A health and social care worker should ensure that through their work, service users are treated fairly and equally and each service user they are responsible for is treated with dignity and respect. Some children come from families who experience social exclusion or severe hardship; some have to face discrimination and prejudice because of their ethnicity, the languages they speak, their religious or belief background, their gender or their impairment. Code of Conduct One of the best ways in which you can promote equality and diversity is to comply with the health and social care code of conduct. Kerri Cook Contents Section One: Page 4 Legislation, participation, equal access and valuing and promoting cultural diversity. We now know that young children have an ethnic awareness of cultural identity and they are not only aware of the ethnic group they belong to, but they already attach a value judgment to it Vandenbroeck, 2000.
My youth I thought at the start of this course was free of all things related to equality and diversity issues until I really examined myself and learned more about the subject I was studying. Below I will carry out my assessment on my work placement in relation to equality and diversity and make recommendations to improve any issues I find that I believe need to be changed or improved on. The manager can then check these toys out at different stores or the different web sites. Equality and diversity are essential components of health and social care. Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage For full details download the. Is the premises wheelchair friendly inside and out? The third party provides these services in return for recognising that you have visited our website. Legislation I will refer to includes: Equality Act 2010,.
I will make reference to current legislation to support my discussion. We understand that these factors affect the well-being of children and can impact on their learning and attainment. However, doing so will likely mean that our site will not work as you would expect. The journal embraces topics such as Community health nursing, Female foeticide, Public Health Nursing, Midwifery, Racism, Gender biasing, N urse practitioners etc. Discrimination faced by those who have or are perceived to have a mental disorder is sometimes called mentalism rather than ableism.
The walk up to the setting is up hill and again rough and stony. In order to ensure the delivery of person centred care then please do take our. This demanding and central role in the life of the young child needs to be appropriately resourced, supported and valued. They could advertise in the local papers and when interviewing them if there is anyone from a different culture they could ask them what new ideas they could bring to the setting from their culture. Following completion of the audit I will write a report identifying any concerns and making recommendations to enhance the experiences that children with additional needs will gain from the setting.