Discrimination

What is every individual entitled to? (Identifying discrimination)
The same quality of care
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What is it expected of a professional to do? (Identifying discrimination)
To work to a high standard and follow the agreed policies and procedures
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Why is important to promote anti-discriminatory practice? (identifying discrimination)
To ensure that care services meet the needs of all individuals, regardless of personal differences
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What does empowering individuals enable them to do? (Identifying discrimination)
To take control over their lives and the decisions that relate to their treatment and care
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It is important to ensure the safety of who? (identifying discrimination)
The staff and the people of whom they care for
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It is important that staff maintain? (identifying discrimination)
Confidentiality and privacy
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Who is it important to promote good communication between? (Identifying discrimination)
Carers and between carers and clients
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What is it against the law to do? (types of discrimination)
To discriminate against someone due to a character that they have or that they are assumed to have
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What do these characteristics include? (types of discrimination)
Age, carer&parental status, disability, employment activity, gender identity, sexual activity, sexual orientation, industrial activity, marital status, physical features, political belief or activity, pregnancy&breast feeding...
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What do these characteristics include 2? (types of discrimination)
race(colour, nationality, ethnicity&ethnic group), religious belief or activity, sex, expunged homosexual conviction, personal association with someone who has or is assumed to have one of these personal characteristics
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By avoiding discrimination through good practice what are practitioners following? (action against discrimination)
The care value base which was established by the Care Sector Consortium 1992
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Where is the care value base found? (types of discrimination)
In the codes of practice of all health and care professions, e.g. the general medical council, the nursing and midwifery council and the health and care professions council
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What does the Health and Care Professions Council do?
Sets out and monitors standards for social workers as well as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists etc.
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Card 2

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What is it expected of a professional to do? (Identifying discrimination)

Back

To work to a high standard and follow the agreed policies and procedures

Card 3

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Why is important to promote anti-discriminatory practice? (identifying discrimination)

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

What does empowering individuals enable them to do? (Identifying discrimination)

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

It is important to ensure the safety of who? (identifying discrimination)

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Preview of the front of card 5
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