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Review barriers to participation for carers and explain ways in which they can be overcome
Barriers to participation are factors that can cause difficulties for families who experience discrimination preventing them from accessing services, barriers include environmental, [ attitudinal and institutional. Attitudional and institutional are often those of practitioners, as they quite often worry as they do not have enough understanding of how to meet the needs of a disabled child etc,
settings should not have these barriers and barriers can be overcome by training. Environmental barriers are for example steps lack of space and language barriers which can be identified and removed steps replaced by ramp etc. These needs should be assessed before a child starts a setting so that an individual plan of the childs/carers needs can be dealt with eg. translator brought in as to overcome language barrier etc. ]
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