Explain The Disability Discrimination Act 2005

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To prevent discrimination from happening in workplaces non-discriminatory practises are put into place which have to be followed by organisations (and workers of) health and social care services.

These organisations must have a code of practise and polices which make sure that discrimination can not occur and that they are not breaking the law in workplaces. Service providers must recognise and respond to the needs and all requirements of the people who access these services.

A law was put In 2005 where people aren 't allowed to treat other people differently because of their disability this is called “the disability discrimination act 2005” this is an act of parliament of the United Kingdom. The act is to unsure all people that are disabled

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