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Positive promotion of staff development and training

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Positive promotion of human rights
How they promote anti discriminatory practise by making sure when they are promoting human rights they are making sure that when they are doing this they include all the right things to promote it and say for example in a care home promoting human rights is having posters up and around the care home so the staff and the residents on a day to day basis know what their rights and making sure that everyoone is ttreated equally and fairly when in the carre and makimg sure that the staff and other residents are included in activities and not left out.
people rights are and what they are intitled to they do this in a positive way.Positive promotion of human rights

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Positive promotion of complaints procedures
This is making sure that everyone is feeling happy around the staff and not feeling uncomfortable when complaining about someone or something that is important this is promoting anti discriminatory practice because you are making sure that everyone feels comfortable with everyone and making sure that you are not leaving everyone out because for example what they believe in and you are making sure that the residents are feeling comfortable round staff and not frightened to complain about anything.


Disability discrimination act 2005
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What it is
: this act aims to end discrimination that people face with having a disability but now this act is entitling people who have got a disability shouldnt be discriminated for a job so this act is now allowing people with a disability to work , have an education and to be able to use service users without any trouble.
How this promotes anti-discriminatory practise: this promotes anti discriminatory practise because it is making sure that all people with a disability have the rights to do and achieve what everyone else can and not feel left out.This act is promoting it to people who maybe are not know all the knew rules and they can stop someone if they are not allowing someone work or not treating them the same or not making an effort in activities to make sure that people with disabilities can join in with what that social health unit worker is providing.

Human rights act 1998
What it is :
the human rights act is to give everyone a fair chance in life and so no one is feeling left out when maybe working in a work place and they know what their rights are and what to stand up for if someone is treating them not rightly and ignoring the human rights act.
How this promotes anti-discrinatory practise:
This promotes it because having the human rights act it's showing that everyone is entitled to their own rights and opinions when working and that no one should be treated any differently to anyone that is working their because they all have their rights to everyday things.
Care standards act 2000
What it is:
the care standards act is where you are giving the indepence to hospitals and other facicilities so they know how to treat an individual and how they respect them it also makes the staff give everyone equality as an individual.
How this promotes anti-discriminatory practise: this promotes it because this act gives everyone equal rights and making sure that no one is treated any different to each other no matter their age or gender and that they have thier individual rights to stand up for and that no one should not be left out becuase what they believe in or colour of skin.
Positive promotion of staff development and training
Positive staff training is making sure that all the staff that are working at a care home for example are up to date with all the new rules that they have to undertake when working there. It's also good to keep all the staff upto date with new knowledge and so they know what to do and so that they do the job better. This is good for both staff and the residents because the staff are getting regular training and this is keeping the residents and the staff safe I. The working place.
This promotes anti discriminatory practice by making sure that all the staff are up to date with the rules and legislation.
This promotes anti discrimination by making sure that when you work you work with everyone in the same manor and treat them all equally. Also the staff working there must keep up to date on their skills and knowlodge on the job they are also required to have safe rules for their practise and supervision.when working they at required to the staff how to make the patient in their care feel comfortable and treating them as idviduals and not the same to everyone else because they all have their rights and different opinions to everyone else when being treated, also to repect their dignity. You should also keep your boundaries when working with the patient and not treat them any different to others if they are a relative or not for example.
1)Nursing and midwifery code promoting anti discrimination
2)Charters eg entitlement to services
How people are entitled to this services
what is it: this is a written guideline that has to be followed by the staff in rder for the care home to be flowing nicely and not making anyone feel left out.
how does this promote anti discrimination
:this is promoting anti discriminatory practise because if you have rules to follow then will have to involve everyone no matter what they believ in or colour of thir skin and if these are broken or not follwed then their will be conseqencies.

How this policy promotes ant discriminatory practise
The dementia policy have put in some steps to promote anti discriminatory practise by making sure that people ages 65-74 who are prone to getting dementia have all the right information to know how to deal with the illness and what to expect and not leave them alone and confused, also all the hospitals are dementia friendly helping people out and giving the right information out to the right people and having posters around the hospitals so the patients and family members can se. They are also launching a new toolkit to help the GP’S provide a better support for people who are going through dementia.

I would rate this policy a 3, as it is not very clear on how they do promote anti discriminatory practise in hospitals or all around. I would’ve rated it a higher number if on the policy the information were clear and easy to read and understand. I have also giving it a 3 because even though it doesn’t show clear the how they are promoting anti discriminatory practise they have on the website future action plans for example making the dementia information available nationally so people will have a better understanding of the services available in their local area.
Rating

2

strengths

1)
Strength of this policy is making sure that all the staff and people are up to date with the knowledge and know what it is and how to deal with it. it is also good if the staff know what they are talking about and they can explain it to that person and family.
2)
Another strength of this policy would be that making everyone learn about the illness by making the websites known nationally so people and families can get an understanding of dementia and not feel in the blue also in hospitals making them become dementia friendly so people with dementia won’t feel like they are being left aside because people think that it’s not a serious illness.

2 weakness
1)
A weakness of this policy would be that there isn’t any symptoms of the illness on the website so people can’t see what they going through or even if they are going through it aslo there isn’t opinions or views from people who have are going through dementia or from the doctors or nurses to see good the service is
2)
A second weakness of this would be that the website is only targeting people between a certain age and this is could make feel people at a younger age that they are cant have dementia and tht if they do have it thn the information wont apply to them.

The social worker act:
These are rules that are set in place to tell the social workers what to do and also for the services user and the public what to ecpect it is also making sure that the workers are meeting the standers that are provided and that they are not harming the service users.
This promotes anti discriminatory practise: becuase of the rules that they have to follow they have to make sure that they are treated every equally and fairly.for example a rule that they have to follow would be protect the rights and look after the interest of the service users and careers this would mean that the service user should repect the individual using that service and also with dignity .you should also treat that person as an individual.
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