Unit 2

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  • Unit 2 Equality, Diversity and Rights
    • L01
      • Concepts
        • Equality
        • Diversity
        • Rights
      • Application of the concepts
        • The Values of care in HSC services
          • Promoting equality and diversity
          • Promoting individual rights and beliefs
          • Maintaining confidentality
        • The values of care in child care services
          • Making the welfare of the child paramount
          • Keeping children safe and maintaining a healthy environment
          • Anti-discriminatory practice
          • Working in partnership with parents or guardians
          • Encouraging children's learning and development
          • Valuing diversity
          • Ensuring equality of opportunity
          • Maintaining confidentality
          • Working with other professionals
      • Support Networks
        • Advocacy services
        • Support groups
        • Informal support
    • L02
      • Discriminatory Practices
        • Basis of discrimination
          • Race
          • Culture
          • Disability
          • Social class
          • Age
          • Gender
          • Sexual orientation
          • Religion
        • Direct and indirect discrimination
        • Types of abuse
          • Physical abuse
          • Verbal abuse
          • Psychological abuse
          • Sexual abuse
          • Neglect
        • Prejudice
        • Stereotyping
        • Labelling
        • Bullying
      • Impact on individuals
        • Disempowerment
        • Low self-esteem and low self-confidence
        • Poor health and wellbeing
    • L03
      • Legislations
        • The care act 2014
        • The health and social care act 2012
        • The children act 2004
        • The mental capacity act 2005
        • The data protection act 1998
      • Overview of national initiatives
        • CQC
        • The care certificate 2014
        • Ofstead
        • EHRC
        • NICE
      • Impact of legislations
        • Person centred approach to care and provision and individual needs met
        • Empowerment
        • Accessible services
        • Raises standards of care
        • Clear guidelines for practitioners to follow
        • Provides a system of redress
        • Organisational policies
        • Staff selection and interview procedures must comply with equality act
    • L04
      • Applying the best practice
        • Being non-judgemental
        • Anti-discriminatory practice
        • Valuing diversity
        • Using effective communication
        • Respecting the views, choices and decisions of individuals who require care and support
        • Following agreed ways of working
        • Training and professional development opportunities for staff
        • Attending meetings to discuss practice
        • Mentoring, monitoring and performance management of staff
      • Discriminatory practice
        • Prejudice
        • Inadequate care
        • Abuse and neglect
        • Breach of health and safety
      • Appropriate action
        • Reporting an incident to relevant authorities
        • Reporting to management
        • Reflecting on your own attitudes
        • Changing your practice, or encouraging this in others
        • Methods of challenging discrimination
          • Challenge at the time
          • Challenge afterwards through procedures
          • Challenge afterwards through long-term campaigns
        • Whistleblowing
        • Providing information about complaints procedures and advocacy services
        • Dealing with conflict

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