Promoting Equality Care (Basic info)

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  • Promoting Quality of Care - Basic Info
    • Religion
      • Catholic Household
        • Strict Routines to follow
          • No sex before marriage
            • Not allowed out after a certain time
              • Have to attend church
                • Have to volunteer
      • Muslim Community
        • Burkha
          • Dress Code
            • Fasting (Ramadam)
              • Specific Diets
                • e.g No Beef
      • Religious groups are a minority and will be targeted for discrimination
        • Not offering certain foods
        • Not having a prayer room
        • Dress code (Not allowed headdress)
        • Not allowed to pray and certain times due to shifts
        • For women; Not allowed to see male doctors
        • Jobs require clean shaven, but is against religion
      • Care workers must understand different principles of religion
      • Religion passed down and learnt from parents
        • Primary Socialisation
      • Negative media portrayal
    • Health and Well-being and Basic Needs
      • Basic needs of a human being
        • Healthy diet
        • Cell repair
          • Needs food & water
        • Being loved
        • Food
          • Water
            • Shelter
        • Need to feel valued in life
    • Discriminatory Practices
      • Negative non- verbal communication
      • Physically assaulting people who are different
      • Excluding people from oppourtunities
      • Verbally abusing people who are different
      • Excluding people from activities
      • Devaluing people e.g. treating their needs and interests as being of less value than those of others
      • Avoiding people because they are different
      • Making assumptions about people, e.g. that everyone should be given the same experience or responded to in the same way
      • Prejudice
        • Prejudice always links to discrimination however it will not mean you will discriminate because your prejudice
      • Discrimination is defined by Giddens (2001) as 'activities or actions that deny to the members of a group of resources or rewards which can be obtained by others
    • Promoting Equality and Diversity of people who use services
      • Understanding and not showing prejudice, stereotyping and labeling.
      • Understanding and valuing the benefits of diversity
      • Understanding the bases of discrimination such as gender, race, age, sexuality and disability
      • Promoting individual rights
        • The right to be different
        • Freedom from discrimination
        • Confidentiality
        • Choice
        • Dignity
        • Effective Communication
        • Safely and Securely
        • Privacy
      • Maintaining Confidentiality
        • Confidentiality means not passing onto others either oral or written information
        • Confidentiality Covers areas such as:
          • Oral communication
          • Written corrospondance
          • Computer information
      • Early Years Values of care
        • The welfare of the child- Should be listened to
        • Safety of children -  children should be kept safe
        • Work in Partnership with parents and families - openly sharing information about child development and progress
        • Learning and Development- Children should be offered a range of experiences and activities that support all aspects of development e.g. PIES
        • Valuing Diversity - Information relating to traditions
        • Equal Opportunity and anti discriminatory practice- each child should be offered equality of access to opportunities
        • The reflective practitioner
        • Confidentiality
        • Working with other professionals

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