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Unit 2 : Discrimination practices in health and social care

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Lenka Jaremcukova

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Transcript of Unit 2 : Discrimination practices in health and social care

Explain the concepts of
equality
in relation to health and social care

It means treating everyone equally regardless of their:
skin color
age
disability
religion
sexual orientation
ethnicity...
Diversity
Diversity means understanding that each individual is unique
Rights
P2
Describe discriminatory practice in health and social care
P3
Describe the potential effects of discriminatory practice on those who use health and social care services
M1
Assess the effects on those using the service of three different discriminatory practices in health and social care settings
Thank you
Unit 2 : Discrimination practices in health and social care
Lenka Jaremcukova
Btec Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in health and social care
to be free from discrimination
to have choice and dignity

to be valued as an individual
All people have different

:
values
friends
family
different views
social group
music
dance
believes
food
taste
tolerance
style
language
history
illnesses
religions
education
lifestyle abilities
celebrations
sexual orientation

Everyone is free and should be treated same



• Everyone is equal and there is no important skin color,
religion, sex, or language..




• Everyone has the right to life and to live in freedom and safety
• Everyone has the right for:
legal help
to be treated equally by the law
to social security and opportunities to develop their skills
right to work, go to school, and must respect the rights of others
for care, freedom, choice/ Person Centres Approaches
respect
food choice
feel safe and secure
support
right for different sexual orientation

different opinion

to be listen to

confidentiality

Discriminatory practices in my work placement:
Religion discrimination
emotional
feel isolate
stress
low self esteem
depresion
weight loss-gain
fear
anger

difficulty communication
lack of education
feel embarrass
developing
restricted opportunities
Negative behaviors
TYPES OF DISCRIMINATION:
Disability discrimination
Gender discrimination
Age discrimination
Weight discrimination
Religious discrimination
Racial discrimination
Stereotyping
People can be also discriminate:
Social class
Sex reassignment
Sex. orientation
Pregnancy
Culture
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