Essay on Champion Equality Diversity and Inclusion

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HARROW COLLEGE
HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE QCF:
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England

Unit CU 2943
Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

YOUR ANSWERS MUST BE YOUR OWN WORK. If you wish to introduce other sources of information, this must be referenced

This workbook meets the following assessment criteria for the unit : Assessment criteria
Achieved
Date
1.1

23/10/13
1.3

23/10/13
3.1

23/10/13
4.1

23/10/13

Candidate Name (print) Mariann Molnar
Candidate signature ......................................................... Date12/10/13

Assessor signature 23/10/13
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One of the service user like to spend most of his time in his room to read his books and watch telly alone.
Independence
One of the service user able to use public transport so he goes to daycentre alone by bus.
One of the service user does cooking for himself twice a week in support of staff.
Respect
We call the service users with that name what they prefer, all of them wants us to use their first name.
All service can practice their religious beliefs in the manner they wish-staff remove their shoes before they enter into the temple too.√

CU2943 - 1.3.
How do the relevant acts, regulations, guidance and codes of practice impact on
a) The policies and procedures within your own work setting
The legalisation relating to equality, diversity and inclusion originated from the UK government and the European Union. It offers protection from discrimination on disability, age, gender, race and ethnic origin, religion and sexual orientation. The legalisation has implication on all workplaces not only in health and social care.
Compliant with the legislation is written in our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policies.

Health and social care providers (such as Newton House) are required to contain legalisation relating to equality, diversity and discrimination into their policies and procedures.
These procedures offering best practice regarding how work activities must be carried out and they must be followed. If we do not follow
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