Adapting health and social care provision for different types of service users

What do professionals have to address and adapt in order to ensure their patient's needs are met?
Their behaviour
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What do professionals have to celebrate the contribution of?
That a diverse range of people can be part of a setting
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What do professionals have to ensure they understand?
The needs of all users
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What do professionals have to challenge?
Intentional and unintentional discrimination against patients
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What do professionals have to compensate for?
The negative effects of discrimination in society
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What do professionals have to ensure about the setting that they are working in?
That it is welcoming and accessible for all
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In a multi-cultural setting what to professionals need to ensure they do?
That dietary requirements are met and that religious and that cultural festivals are respected and observed
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What should professionals provide for patient's with hearing impairments?
Written and visual communication
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What does the information given to patients need to be available in?
All languages so that every individual can access it
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What adaptations would need to be met?
Ramps would need to be installed, doors need to be widened, toilet facilities need to be adapted, kitchen and dining rooms arranged to allow easy access for wheelchair users
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What do professionals have to celebrate the contribution of?

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That a diverse range of people can be part of a setting

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What do professionals have to ensure they understand?

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Card 4

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What do professionals have to challenge?

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Card 5

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What do professionals have to compensate for?

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