Unit 3 Promote Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Childrens and Young People's Settings

Evidence Recording Sheet

Learner Name | Richard Duffield |
Assessor Name | Andrea Grimmer |
Witness Name | |
Qualification | HSC Level 3 |
Unit Number and Title | Unit 3: Promote Equality Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children's and Young People's Settings |

Please indicate form of Evidence Method |
Observation | Professional Discussion | Question/Answers | Witness Testimony | Learner Statement |

Evidence: | Criteria met |
1. Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion.Diversity means different, in health care this relates to all individuals and recognising that everybody is unique. Some different factors to take into count are age, gender, religion, ethnic background, nationality, sexual orientation, disabilities, capabilities and social background.Equality means treating everybody fairly and the same and letting everybody having equal opportunities. This also means respecting people's opinions, choices and their differences.Inclusion means actively involving individuals in their life, care and choices. In health care this means involving an individual in their care plans, sessions, care pathway, and even in the social setting on the ward.There are different potential effects discrimination could have on a individual they could be both physical and emotional. Some of the effects could be low self esteem, anger, fear, depression, self harm, lack of appetite and lack of motivation.Including an individual with in their care in turn promotes equality and diversity by recognising their choices, opinions and taking into account their unique factors.2. Be able to work in an inclusive way.There are different legislations relating to equality, diversity and discrimination, by adhering to these you are treating all individuals the same. Some of the legislations are The Human Rights Act 1998, The Disability Discrimination Act 2005, The Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000, The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 (as amended) and Employment...