Health And Social Care Unit 1 D2

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However, the two mentioned ways to overcoming language barrier in the implementation of anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care, the training of staff on how to communicate better with service users for them to understand is the best. This is because the training encompasses all methods, ways and means that must be considered when communicating with people to ensure that they understand clearly what they have being told. In essence in the training they must have being taught the importance of knowing the clients individually and what is their preferred effective method, means and ways that can be used to communicate with that client. M3 Health care staff can be face with series of difficulties when empowering individuals in the health and social care settings and these difficulties can prevent the implementation of anti-discriminatory practice. Some of the…show more content…
For example, in the case of the service user that suffers from partial stroke on one side of their body, the staff can be encouraging him/her to try and put on their clothes themselves but they will just refuse to listen to the staff maybe because they feel as long as the staff is being paid to look after them is their job to do everything for them. D2 There are different ways to overcome the difficulties in empowering individuals that arise when implementing anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care settings. One of the ways is that care workers should constantly speak or ask service users to do things by themselves to make them be in control and be happy or valued. Like in the example given above, if the care staff continuously ask and encourage the service user suffering from partial stoke that has affect one side of his body even when he is not willing, overtime the service user
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