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What are the rights of individuals?
choice, confidentiality, protection from abuse and harm, equal and fair treatment and consultation
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why is it important to maintain individuals rights?
to make people feel valued, to empower, to instill confidence and trust, to make them feel safe, to equality of access to services/treatments, to have their individual needs met
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How can care workers support individuals to maintain their rights?
by using effective communication, by providing up to date information, by challenging discriminatory behavior, providing information about complaints procedures, providing advocacy to speak on behalf of someone who cant
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values of care in health and social?
promoting equality and diversity, maintaining confidentiality, promoting individuals rights and beliefs
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where are the values of care applied?
in health settings, in social care settings and in early years care
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how the values of care are applied
promoting equality and diversity and by being a reflective practitioner
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the legeslations
equality act 2010, childrens act 2004, data protection act 1998, health and safety at work act 1974, mental health act 2007
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why is it important to maintain individuals rights?

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