All staff members that work in the health and social care have a professional duty of care to make sure the individuals needs are being met and are living there as to how they want to as they have a “Right to Life”

All staff members that work in the health and social care have a professional duty of care to make sure the individuals needs are being met and are living there as to how they want to as they have a “Right to Life” (p.169). The Equality and Human Rights Comission (Hammond, 2012 p.24) This means that individuals should be provided with the right treatment to get well and be safeguarded and protected from all kinds of harm. Practicioners should give the right medication and idetificiation badges to distinguish who they are. The legislations and codes of prcatice also require health ans social care practiticioners to support inclusive practice. “Promoting Individuals Rights” This is whet eh practitiocenors have to maintain the individuals right e.g. indepedance, dignity, privercy, choice, respect, safety, and not be discriminated against and accept them for who they are.