Personal Code Of Ethics

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Personal Code of Ethics Personal Values and Principals • Unbiased Attitude Towards Others • Honesty • Loyalty • Compassion • Patience • Advocacy • Respect for Others Personal Ethics Unbiased Attitude Towards Others Having an unbiased opinion towards others is the foundation to living a good balanced life. If you have unassumed oppinions about others it will be easier to live a more peaceful, happy, respectful life. I will always encourage my son with Autism to believe in himself and always look at people with an open mind and attitude. I would expect him to do that, as I expect others to look upon him in the same light. While I understand that this might be difficult of others to do, I need to be able to set a great example of how to live…show more content…
There are so many people out in the world who don 't have a voice to fight for their rights. These are the ones who need that voice the most! I will always be an advocate for my son and other children and adults with Autism and Special Needs. I will fight for fairness and equality in the school system by speaking to the Principal, Teachers, Special Education workers, Catholic Board of School Trustees, Doctors, Specialists and authority figures who hold the key to his needs for a successful life. I will advocate for his well being in social situations where it can be difficult for him to adapt to social situations. I will make people aware of the fact that we are all different and people with disabilities should be treated with respect and dignity, just like everyone else. I will do my best to ensure he has the best medical care team I am able to get him. I will fight for more funding and aids to be in the community, schools and family homes for people with disabilities so they can have a better quality of…show more content…
Conclusion In conclusion, I believe that having personal ethics is key to living a happy, meaningful life. While it was difficult to evaluate what values were most important to me, I found that once I sat down and actually thought about what my life is currently like and what I do in my daily life, it was easy to come up with my core values. I found that having an unbiased attitude towards others leads to my other core values of: honesty, loyalty, compassion, patience, advocacy and respect for others. Currently these values all play a major roll in my life. However, as my family grows in age and maturity and as my circle of friends changes and evolves, then these issues will need to be re-evaluated in a few years’ time to help me continue to live my life in a happy, productive and meaningful
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