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Using Disability-Inclusive Language

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Using Disability-Inclusive Language

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Description

Within this training, we will explore the importance of using Disability-inclusive language in social care for a couple of key reasons:

  • Empowerment and Respect: Our language shapes how people see themselves and others. By using terms that focus on the person first ("person with a disability" instead of "disabled person"), we show respect and acknowledge that a person's disability is just one aspect of their identity. This can empower individuals receiving care, fostering a sense of self-worth and dignity.
  • Breaking Down Barriers: Ableist language, terms that perpetuate negative stereotypes or define people solely by their disability, can create a barrier to care. Inclusive language helps dismantle these barriers and promotes open communication. This is essential for social care workers to build trusting relationships with those they support and understand their needs effectively.

Here's an additional point to consider:

The Social Model of Disability: This model views disability as caused by societal barriers, not the impairment itself. Inclusive language aligns with this perspective by focusing on removing these barriers and ensuring everyone has equal access to care and participation in society.

Ultimately, using disability-inclusive language is about recognising the human being behind the disability and fostering a more inclusive environment in social care.

 

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