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User: how to work with others to promote diversity and equality for individuals with dementia

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Weegy: We can promote equality and diversity by: treating all staff and students fairly creating an inclusive culture for all staff and students ensuring equal access to opportunities to enable students to fully participate in the learning [ process enabling all staff and students to develop to their full potential equiping staff and students with the skills to challenge inequality and discrimination in their work/study environment making certain that any learning materials do not discriminate against any individuals or groups ensuring sure policies, procedures and processes don't discriminate ]
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