2Unit 2: Individual Rights in Health and Social Care OCR Level 2 Cambridge Technicals in Health and Social CareIntroduction toUnit 2:Individual Rights in Health and Social Care
3Introduction Everyone has the right to good quality care ...irrespective of the diverse backgrounds of the people who use the serviceIt is your responsibility to provide that good quality care...
4Their needs could be very different. Appropriate CareThe care you provide must reflect the needs of the people who use the service.CultureTheir needs could be very different.AgeFaithFamily structureA range of social factors are present in society which could influence these needs…
5Individual Rights There are a wide range of individual rights… The right to protection from harmThe right to be respectedThe right to dignityThe right to be treated with equalityThe right to access personal informationThese rights must be supported in order to deliver effective care.The right to privacy
6Values Your principles and values underpin the support you provide. Promoting equality and diversityMaintaining confidentialityMaking the welfare of the client paramountValuing diversityWorking with other service providers to find the right way forward for the client
7Know factors that contribute to a diverse and equal society What will you learn?After completing this unit you will:Know factors that contribute to a diverse and equal societyUnderstand principles and values which underpin the support given to individuals
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