Monday, December 30, 2019

A Reflective Account on Personal Preferences, Attitudes,...

Task C Reflective account I work in a residential home for Dementia for the elderly, some of the clients Dementia range from mild to severe. The clients are raised in a very different way to how I was raised and it is important that I must remember this and respect their this as we all have personal beliefs and preferences based on our background and upbringing. I have been brought up in a very mixed society but in a church of England school where religious education was compulsory, however we still studied various other religions and were taught to respect all people and there beliefs. Prayers were a daily thing at the end of each assembly and whether or not I wanted to pat attention to the prayer time again I had to respect the people†¦show more content†¦We as a team discuss how best to handle a situation,we e work together as a team for the best interests of the client. I believe in Equality and Diversity and I believe that if more people were to think the same then our world and society would be a better place and working environments would all work so much more smoothly without discrimination, abuse and less suffering. Cii examples of inclusive practice Inclusive practice simply means that we as care workers, are managing diversity, including all of our clients and over coming barriers. It is important that we get to know our clients and their strengths and weaknesses and make activities and learning inclusive for every one. We must respond to certain clients and ensure that we apply unconditional positive regard to all. It is important to understand that certain clients can do some tasks better then others for example some clients may be able to assist with some of their personal care and choose what they would like to wear where other clients may need to rely solely on my assistance to wash and choose their clothes and accepting that I must manage this accordingly and with compassion. Inclusion is making sure everyone has an equal opportunity to participate. 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