If you are practicing in a person-centred and strengths-based way, with an appreciation of cultural and individual difference, then your practice for the most part should be inclusive. However, being ‘inclusive’ in practice is sometimes not enough for those in the community to know you are a safe provider. For many people in our community their experiences of health and human services have been anything but safe. They have felt judged, unwelcomed, shunned and more.
Inclusive practice includes the attitudes and methods that ensure all people can access your services. Where everyone feels welcome and valued, and able to access the right supports to engage in your services. This applies to all the client groups listed above, and many more.
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