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Dignity in Social Care
Student's name
Institution Affiliation
Professors Name
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Dignity in Social Care
Abstract
The motivation behind this paper is to examine the dignity in social care and the manner
by which it influences numerous people from various cultures throughout everyday life.
Individuals that are maturing or are from an alternate social status, for example, individuals that
are LGBTQI, and older individuals. There has been a worry affecting old individuals just as gays
and lesbians with regards to poise in dignity care in the world today. Our way of life doesn't help
the circumstance by any stretch of the imagination. Nonetheless, the two groups LGBTQI and
older individuals, are going through an emotional change. The LGBTQI are going through
changes, including the development of gay rights and issues with same-sex marriages.
Moreover, these people find it had hard to express their sexual orientation openly. About
44% of the LGBTQ people have come out and openly expressed their sexual orientation, another
31.7% that has not come clear. Be that as it may, there have been a few worries about LGBTQI
seniors, which involves discrimination, yet it isn't a worry to individuals than are heterosexuals.
The study will examine the issues that will be coming from the United Kingdom (UK).
Ideally, the study may give a superior agreement regarding why an individual that is maturing
can have poise in their life Anderson, (2008). Some of the things the study will talk about are
decision and control as well as correspondence, security, and social incorporation. Also, the
paper will likewise elaborate on what Social Care is and depict the eight Dignity Factors,
including one model. There will likewise be a conversation including how Dignity in Social Care
ideas will relate to individuals who are maturing and are LGBTQI, as well as older folks who are
females Anderson, (2008). The dignity in social care for Culturally Diverse seniors, such as
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African American or Native American individuals, will likewise be clarified in the paper.
Additionally, Older individuals that are Asian which are ardent like Hindu, Buddhist, and
Muslim, will likewise be clarified in this paper.
Despite the fact that LGBTQI has rights, they still have issues concerning dignity and
social consideration. There has been a challenge with accepting these groups of people that
makes them be discriminated against and stigmatized. Older folks in this category may miss ut
on the necessary support by the caregivers or be abandoned by their families.
" Dignity in social care is viewed as a state, of value and a commendable way that an
individual can be treated with self-esteem alongside the regard self-respect in dignity in social
care. Subsequently, nobility in social consideration implies the sort of care in any setting
accorded to the older adults. This setting supports and develops and doesn't sabotage an
individual's confidence, whether there are any differences. On the other hand, it ensures that an
individual gets dealt with the same way as any other normal person. Received from
https://www.scie.org.uk/distributions/guides/guide15/selectedresearch/whatdignitymeans.asp
SCIE Guide 15 First distributed: November 2006 Updated: May 2013.
The factors variables comparable to pride in social consideration depend on someone
else's space, as well as their way of life. The eight factors are decision and control, enabling an
individual to share their insight that presently is improving a person's life. Particularly if
individuals are getting things done for themselves, the caregiver should consider being conscious
of their way of life just as their traditions. Some central issues will assist the caregiver with the
older individual or an individual that is disabled. For instance, they ought to:
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1. Make sure everybody has the option to settle on their decisions on how
they live, just like the sort of help they need to get from that person.
2. The caregiver or supporter ought to become more acquainted with the
person's needs as well as their inclinations.
3. Give the person that is in need an approach to get things done for
themselves, regardless of whether there is another individual to aid them.
4. There should be adaptability to help or support if these people are older or
impaired (Social care institute for excellence, 2014).
The other seven elements are as follows: correspondence, eating, and nutritional
consideration, and pain and management. Practical assistance and personal hygiene are two more
factors. Also, privacy and social inclusion should be considered. (Burton, 2016).
An Elderly individual will consistently have issues associated with the aging process.
Those from the group of LGBTQI and individuals from the bisexual and the transgender
community would likewise be confronting different issues. An older gay or lesbian individual
will not exclusively socially isolate and identify themselves but are particularly terrified of what
the person may undergo with medical services providers. Most people feel they will be
discriminated against and live in solitude. Some don't have kids or family, as well as dear and
close acquaintances who assume responsibility in dealing with them. The fourth National
Conference on LGBTQI, Aging, addressed these difficulties, which drew more than 600
individuals to take an interest during a new preliminary attempt for three days.
The present age of LGBTQI elderly folks, like boomers, by and large, should receive a
treatment from caregivers and private programs that not exclusively is superior to what earlier
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ages got, yet that tends to issues, for example, sexual orientation and sexual conduct among the
old (Anderson, 2008).
The depiction relating to senior whom are females is comprised of how that female feel
they are dealt with. A 73-year-old West Indian lady felt poise was only a two-way thing. This
lady said that if you don't feel dignified, others may feel that you don't deserve to be treated with
dignity.
In any case, a lady would need to elevate themselves before someone else will exalt her.
While different ladies from Black, for example, Welsh, at age 84, accept that if you have dignity,
then, at that point, in a limited way, you will anticipate that others should react to you with a
particular goal in mind. If not, she may feel that the individual that doesn't regard them could be
a danger in a stately manner" (Markson, Stein, and Alden, 2016). Another Black Welse lady, age
55, demonstrated that it is crucial to perceive an individual without suppositions as well as
prejudice. She felt if an individual doesn't have suppositions toward someone else, that forms the
advent of dignity towards the person." (Saltus & Folkes, 2013).
For example, older folks who are Racially Diverse Africans feel" with this accentuation
on common regard was the conviction held by a portion of the members that, except if you had
regard for yourself, you were unable to hope to request regard from others. Also, respect was felt
to be a quality that one expected to support for it to be responded by others, as communicated by
one Participant." (Saltus and Folkes, 2013). There was a subjective exploratory investigation that
Wales performed. Wales wanted to investigate what respect and care mean from alternate
perspectives of older Africans and native Americans.
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Nonetheless, the wales report was for the two people. People who viewed themselves as
acting naturally distinguished as being either African, the Caribbean, and West Indian just as
Black Welsh this load of societies comes from third or fourth-generation. Twenty-one people
partook, which permitted the questioner to gather information in transit they felt about dignity, as
well as what they suspected poise implied. The consequences of this cooperation have Africans
felt that nobility, just as regard for more seasoned individuals, is uncovered to be the primary
marker of pride. It is progressively obvious that pride matters to more established individuals and
that nobility is a critical factor in the conveyance of good-quality wellbeing and social
consideration. (Saltus,& Folkes, 2013).
When discussing Asians, it must be noted that even racial and ethnic groups, for example,
Hispanics and Asian and Pacific Islanders are different, contrasting in their societies and dates of
migration. Asians and Pacific Islanders address more than 40 distinct nations of beginning and
surprisingly more extraordinary phonetic customs, going from Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese
to Hmong. (Markson, Stein, and Alden, 2016).
There was work done by Clegg (2003), who analyzed the idea of socially delicate
consideration from the points of view of more seasoned South Asian patients and their
consideration. Regard, getting, otherworldliness, and poise were recognized as integral to this
idea.
From the above collections, it is evident that the elderly in society and the LGTBQI
should be treated in a way that shows dignity. It is important for the caregivers not to act with
prejudice when giving social consideration to such members of society.
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References
Anderson, L. (2008, Oct 22). Aging more complicated for gays; many fear discriminations in
health care, social isolation and no family Preview the document. The Province Retrieved
from http://search.proquest.com/docview/269506746?accountid=32521
Burton, November 28, 2016, 9 Ways to Help Promote Dignity in Your Care Home, Retrieved
from https://www.highspeedtraining.co.uk/hub/promote-dignity-care-home/
Clegg, A. (2003), "Older South Asian patient and carer perceptions of culturally sensitive care in
community hospital setting", Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol. 12, pp. 283-90.
Markson, E. W., Stein, P. J., & Alden, E. L. (2016). Social gerontology: Issues & prospects
[Electronic version]. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/ Received from
https://www.scie.org.uk/publications/guides/guide15/selectedresearch/whatdignitymeans.
asp SCIE Guide 15 First published: November 2006 Updated: May 2013.
Saltus, R., & Folkes, E. (2013). Understanding dignity and care: An exploratory qualitative study
on the views of older people of african and african-caribbean descentPreview the
document. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 14(1), 36-46.
doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/14717791311311094

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1 Dignity in Social Care Student's name Institution Affiliation Professors Name Due Date 2 Dignity in Social Care Abstract The motivation behind this paper is to examine the dignity in social care and the manner by which it influences numerous people from various cultures throughout everyday life. Individuals that are maturing or are from an alternate social status, for example, individuals that are LGBTQI, and older individuals. There has been a worry affecting old individuals just as gays and lesbians with regards to poise in dignity care in the world today. Our way of life doesn't help the circumstance by any stretch of the imagination. Nonetheless, the two groups LGBTQI and older individuals, are going through an emotional change. The LGBTQI are going through changes, including the development of gay rights and issues with same-sex marriages. Moreover, these people find it had hard to express their sexual orientation openly. About 44% of the LGBTQ people have come out and openly expressed their sexual orientation, another 31.7% that has not come clear. Be that as it may, there have been a few worries about LGBTQI seniors, which involves discrimination, yet it isn't a worry to individuals than are heterosexuals. The study will examine the issues that will be coming from the United Kingdom (UK). Ideally, the study may give a superior agreement regarding why an individual that is maturing can have poise in their life Anderson, (2008). Some of the things the study will talk about are decision and control as well as correspondence, security, and social incorporation. Also, the paper will likewise elaborate on what Social Care is and depict the eight Dignity Factors, including one model. There will likewise be a conversation including how Dignity in Social Care ideas will relate to individuals who are maturing and are LGBTQI, as well as older folks who are females Anderson, (2008). The dignity in social care for Culturally Diverse seniors, such as 3 African American or Native American individuals, will likewise be clarified in the paper. Additionally, Older individuals that are Asian which are ardent like Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim, will likewise be clarified in this paper. Despite the fact that LGBTQI has rights, they still have issues concerning dignity and social consideration. There has been a challenge with accepting these groups of people that makes them be discriminated against and stigmatized. Older folks in this category may miss ut on the necessary support by the caregivers or be abandoned by their families. " Dignity in social care is viewed as a state, of value and a commendable way that an individual can be treated with self-esteem alongside the regard self-respect in dignity in social care. Subsequently, nobility in social consideration implies the sort of care in any setting accorded to the older adults. This setting supports and develops and doesn't sabotage an individual's confidence, whether there are any differences. On the other hand, it ensures that an individual gets dealt with the same way as any other normal person. Received from https://www.scie.org.uk/distributions/guides/guide15/selectedresearch/whatdignitymeans.asp SCIE Guide 15 First distributed: November 2006 Updated: May 2013. The factors variables comparable to pride in social consideration depend on someone else's space, as well as their way of life. The eight factors are decision and control, enabling an individual to share their insight that presently is improving a person's life. Particularly if individuals are getting things done for themselves, the caregiver should consider being conscious of their way of life just as their traditions. Some central issues will assist the caregiver with the older individual or an individual that is disabled. For instance, they ought to: 4 1. Make sure everybody has the option to settle on their decisions on how they live, just like the sort of help they need to get from that person. 2. The caregiver or supporter ought to become more acquainted with the person's needs as well as their inclinations. 3. Give the person that is in need an approach to get things done for themselves, regardless of whether there is another individual to aid them. 4. There should be adaptability to help or support if these people are older or impaired (Social care institute for excellence, 2014). The other seven elements are as follows: correspondence, eating, and nutritional consideration, and pain and management. Practical assistance and personal hygiene are two more factors. Also, privacy and social inclusion should be considered. (Burton, 2016). An Elderly individual will consistently have issues associated with the aging process. Those from the group of LGBTQI and individuals from the bisexual and the transgender community would likewise be confronting different issues. An older gay or lesbian individual will not exclusively socially isolate and identify themselves but are particularly terrified of what the person may undergo with medical services providers. Most people feel they will be discriminated against and live in solitude. Some don't have kids or family, as well as dear and close acquaintances who assume responsibility in dealing with them. The fourth National Conference on LGBTQI, Aging, addressed these difficulties, which drew more than 600 individuals to take an interest during a new preliminary attempt for three days. The present age of LGBTQI elderly folks, like boomers, by and large, should receive a treatment from caregivers and private programs that not exclusively is superior to what earlier 5 ages got, yet that tends to issues, for example, sexual orientation and sexual conduct among the old (Anderson, 2008). The depiction relating to senior whom are females is comprised of how that female feel they are dealt with. A 73-year-old West Indian lady felt poise was only a two-way thing. This lady said that if you don't feel dignified, others may feel that you don't deserve to be treated with dignity. In any case, a lady would need to elevate themselves before someone else will exalt her. While different ladies from Black, for example, Welsh, at age 84, accept that if you have dignity, then, at that point, in a limited way, you will anticipate that others should react to you with a particular goal in mind. If not, she may feel that the individual that doesn't regard them could be a danger in a stately manner" (Markson, Stein, and Alden, 2016). Another Black Welse lady, age 55, demonstrated that it is crucial to perceive an individual without suppositions as well as prejudice. She felt if an individual doesn't have suppositions toward someone else, that forms the advent of dignity towards the person." (Saltus & Folkes, 2013). For example, older folks who are Racially Diverse Africans feel" with this accentuation on common regard was the conviction held by a portion of the members that, except if you had regard for yourself, you were unable to hope to request regard from others. Also, respect was felt to be a quality that one expected to support for it to be responded by others, as communicated by one Participant." (Saltus and Folkes, 2013). There was a subjective exploratory investigation that Wales performed. Wales wanted to investigate what respect and care mean from alternate perspectives of older Africans and native Americans. 6 Nonetheless, the wales report was for the two people. People who viewed themselves as acting naturally distinguished as being either African, the Caribbean, and West Indian just as Black Welsh this load of societies comes from third or fourth-generation. Twenty-one people partook, which permitted the questioner to gather information in transit they felt about dignity, as well as what they suspected poise implied. The consequences of this cooperation have Africans felt that nobility, just as regard for more seasoned individuals, is uncovered to be the primary marker of pride. It is progressively obvious that pride matters to more established individuals and that nobility is a critical factor in the conveyance of good-quality wellbeing and social consideration. (Saltus,& Folkes, 2013). When discussing Asians, it must be noted that even racial and ethnic groups, for example, Hispanics and Asian and Pacific Islanders are different, contrasting in their societies and dates of migration. Asians and Pacific Islanders address more than 40 distinct nations of beginning and surprisingly more extraordinary phonetic customs, going from Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese to Hmong. (Markson, Stein, and Alden, 2016). There was work done by Clegg (2003), who analyzed the idea of socially delicate consideration from the points of view of more seasoned South Asian patients and their consideration. Regard, getting, otherworldliness, and poise were recognized as integral to this idea. From the above collections, it is evident that the elderly in society and the LGTBQI should be treated in a way that shows dignity. It is important for the caregivers not to act with prejudice when giving social consideration to such members of society. 7 References Anderson, L. (2008, Oct 22). Aging more complicated for gays; many fear discriminations in health care, social isolation and no family Preview the document. The Province Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/269506746?accountid=32521 Burton, November 28, 2016, 9 Ways to Help Promote Dignity in Your Care Home, Retrieved from https://www.highspeedtraining.co.uk/hub/promote-dignity-care-home/ Clegg, A. (2003), "Older South Asian patient and carer perceptions of culturally sensitive care in community hospital setting", Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol. 12, pp. 283-90. Markson, E. W., Stein, P. J., & Alden, E. L. (2016). Social gerontology: Issues & prospects [Electronic version]. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/ Received from https://www.scie.org.uk/publications/guides/guide15/selectedresearch/whatdignitymeans. asp SCIE Guide 15 First published: November 2006 Updated: May 2013. Saltus, R., & Folkes, E. (2013). Understanding dignity and care: An exploratory qualitative study on the views of older people of african and african-caribbean descentPreview the document. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 14(1), 36-46. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/14717791311311094 Name: Description: ...
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