Essay on Anti Discriminatory Practice

2104 Words 9 Pages

Leeanne Norman
Task 2
Anti-discriminatory practice

Contents * An explanation of how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatory practice (P4)

* A description of how ant-discriminatory practice is promoted in health and social care (P5)

* An assessment of the influence of a recent national policy initiative promoting anti-discriminatory practice (M2)

* A discussion of the difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings (M3)

* An evaluation of the success of the recent initiative in promoting ant-discriminatory practice (D1)

* A justification of ways of overcoming difficulties that may arise when implementing
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Ramps will be fitted to allow easy access for disabled individuals; the doors will also be wider to allow access for wheelchair users. They should have specialist facilities such as disabled toilets and the staff should be trained in how to toilet children with disabilities, to ensure the individual(s) are treated with dignity and respect. The staffs are trained to ensure that when teaching they include disabled individuals, and in text books they will also include disabled children in pictures or in description. The school can also not discriminate against any child or staff member with a disability; they should be accepted into the school on the same guidelines as anyone else. #
GSCC (General Social Care Council) (
This council registers social workers and regulates their conduct and training. Anyone working in social care needs codes of practice to follow and is judged on them when they are audited. As a professional working in health and social care, they need to be aware of the codes of practice and charters and ensure that they are given training about them.
The codes apply to: * General Social Care Council in England * Care Council for Wales * Northern Ireland Social Care Council
The codes apply to everyone working in the voluntary, private and statutory sectors.
Codes of practice

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