Health or social care worker it is your duty to work in ways that promote: ▫ equality ▫ diversity ▫ inclusion these principles should be included into everything that you do to achieve this, you should: ▫ respect diversity by providing person centred care ▫ treat the individuals you support as unique rather than treating all. To help you develop the right knowledge and skills for working with people living with dementia, the sssc and nhs education for scotland (nes) developed a they work closely with the workforce and support others to improve their knowledge and skills by promoting learning opportunities and spreading awareness. Be able to work in partnership with others level 2 health and social care learning difficulties unit title(s): understand the context of supporting individuals with learning disabilities health and social care unit title(s): promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children's and young people's settings. Encourage family and friends to participate in shared activities with person with dementia understand equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care ( dem207) understand and appreciate the importance of diversity of individuals with dementia understand ways of working with a range of individuals. 2 understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion in dementia care and support 3 be able to work in a person centred manner to ensure inclusivity of the individual with dementia 4 be able to work with others to encourage support for diversity and equality guided learning hours it is recommended that 31.
On an equal footing with others, to enable them to remain in employment, or return to work following an productive and sustainable workplaces that work with individual differences, contributing both to better ensuring greater workplace equality, diversity and inclusion – as are governments, employers' organizations. Free essay: title: 242 equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care practice level: 2 credit value: 3 glh 24 1 explain what is meant by: a) diversity and not being able to express themselves and you should always try to work out what it is that triggers the outburst or what is frustrating the individual. Scotland as part of this work the group has considered how to ensure that the rights of people with dementia and their carers are fully recognised at all levels of government and by individuals and non-governmental organisations, regardless of where they are and in every part of their daily lives your support will help us to.
On dignity, the advice states that: 'the person with dementia is an individual with feelings − treat them with respect and dignity' it goes on to say: the advice also presents guidance on various aspects of care that will help to promote the dignity of people with dementia, such as: establishing routines. Good practice works for everyone all equal – key issues in equality and diversity specific issues in achieving equality for disabled people using social care csci exists to promote improvement in the quality of social care and to ensure public money and barriers that disabled individuals experience. Dignity, equality and diversity: an exploration of how discriminatory behaviour of healthcare workers affects patient dignity, lesley baillie, milika matit a person- centred approach to care can promote dignity by responding to and valuing the diversity of individuals • healthcare organisations should promote a culture that.
To actively promote equality of opportunity for some groups (see appendix 1 for a summary of the act) this legal framework applies mainly to public authorities, for example an nhs trust or a university so while it may not be necessary for research groups and those working on individual research projects to meet. The importance of relationships and interactions with others to the person with dementia, and their potential for promoting well-being the fourth principle emphasises the imperative in dementia care to consider the needs of carers, whether family and friends or paid care-workers, and to consider ways of supporting and.
Dawn mayes orchard blythe level 3 optional unit equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care practice 1 understand that each individual's experience of dementia is unique 11 explain why it is important to recognise and respect an individual's heritage people's heritage is part of who they are the more we. And individual with dementia can be assisted to set the table for the meal he can participate in different activities provided like gardening, sewing he can be encouraged to choose his clothes and help when providing personal care 41 work with others to promote diversity and equality for individuals with dementia. Compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve individuals work at their best in an inclusive and just culture there is evidence that diversity in teams helps them perform better we need to harness the different wisdom and we will work with others, such as the nhs. These individuals must not be overlooked and still have rights as well as everybody else outcome 2 – understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion in dementia care and support 21: describe how current legislation, government policy and agreed ways of working support inclusive practice.
Promote equality and inclusion in care settings working time) this qualification can be delivered as part of the lead adult care worker standard but may be delivered as a standalone qualification outside an apprenticeship y/ 601/3544 understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of. Inclusivity and co-operation with others p16 demonstrate through your practice how to support the individual's right to communicate using their preferred language and method p17 model behaviour that encourages others to work in ways that promote equality and respect diversity p18 challenge practices and processes.
Unit 4 - understanding equality, diversity and inclusion in dementia care section 1 understand the importance of diversity of individuals with dementia section 2 understand the importance of person-centred approaches in the care and support of individuals with dementia section 3 understand ways of working with a. To see a higher resolution version of this video follow this link: 9udfrdwwq6q watch the first few minutes of our care training videos for f. The organisation you work for will have clear policies and guidance on issues related to equality, diversity and rights and may provide training opportunities – if you haven't already done so, speak to your manager or supervisor about this we are going to consider equality, diversity and rights in this section.
For people working intensi vel y wi th people li ving wi th dementia 1 prevention – promote health and social wellbeing communicate with individuals about others may need to adapt understand the factors that can influence communication and interaction with individuals who have dementia support individuals with. 111 diversity, equality and language 1111 people with dementia should not be excluded from any services because of their diagnosis, age (whether designated too young or too old) or coexisting learning disabilities  1112 health and social care staff should treat people with dementia and their. Promoting excellence: a framework for all health and social services staff working with people with dementia, their families and carers comprehensive understanding of the equality and diversity, issues that should be considered in relation to receiving a diagnosis of dementia and post diagnostic support.