health and social care OCR unit 2 revision

  • Created by: Jaimee
  • Created on: 02-05-18 11:26
1.1 concepts
equality- a person is respected as an individual & treated fairly. rights- choice, confidentiality, consultation. diversity- language, race, religion, disability, culture, social class, music, education, sexuality & sexual orientation
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1.2 application of the concepts
the values- promoting equality and diversity, promoting individual rights and beliefs, maintaining confidentiality. The values of care in child care- encouraging child's learning and development, keeping children safe & maintaining confidentiality
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1.3 support networks
advocacy services- SEAP, MENCAP, Empower Me, British institute of learning disabilities), support groups (MIND, Age UK), informal support (friends, family)
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2.1 discriminatory practices
Basis of discrimination (race, culture, disability), prejudice, types of abuse, stereotyping, bullying, labelling, direct and indirect discrimination
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2.2 individuals affected
individuals who require care ad support (patients, children, older adults, people with disabilities), family/friends/relatives of individuals, practitioners (nurse, GP, physiotherapist, teacher, social worker, care worker)
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2.3 impact on individuals
dis-empowerment, low self-esteem & self-confidence, poor health and well-being, mental health, unfair treatment
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3.2 overview of national initiatives
the care certificate 2014, quality assurance- inspections such as Ofsted, CQC, EHRC (equality and human rights commission), NICE- national institute for health and care excellence
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3.3 impacts of legislation and national initiative
person-centred approach and care & provision, individuals needs emt, empowerment, provides a system of redress, clear guidelines for practitioners to follow, accessible services, raise standards of care
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4.1 explaining discriminatory practice in health, social care and child care environments
being non-judgemental, anti-discriminatory practice, valuing diversity, using effective communication, respecting views, choices and decisions of individuals who require care and support
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4.2 explaining discriminatory practice in health, social care and child care environments
stereotyping, labelling, prejudice, inadequate care, abuse and neglect, breach of health and safety, being patronising
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4.3 choosing appropriate action/ response to promote equality, diversity and rights in health, social care and child care environments
acceptable methods of challenging discrimination, applying values of care, training/mentoring/monitoring, dealing with conflict, whistle blowing, implementing policies, codes of practice, legislation
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the values- promoting equality and diversity, promoting individual rights and beliefs, maintaining confidentiality. The values of care in child care- encouraging child's learning and development, keeping children safe & maintaining confidentiality

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1.2 application of the concepts

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advocacy services- SEAP, MENCAP, Empower Me, British institute of learning disabilities), support groups (MIND, Age UK), informal support (friends, family)

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Basis of discrimination (race, culture, disability), prejudice, types of abuse, stereotyping, bullying, labelling, direct and indirect discrimination

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Card 5

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individuals who require care ad support (patients, children, older adults, people with disabilities), family/friends/relatives of individuals, practitioners (nurse, GP, physiotherapist, teacher, social worker, care worker)

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