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describes examples of inclusive practice in adult social care setting?
According to Some of the examples of socially inclusive practice are: Essential shared capability 1: Working in partnership Essential shared [ capability 2: Respecting diversity Essential shared capability 3: Practicing ethically Essential shared capability 4: Challenging inequality Essential shared capability 5: Promoting recovery Essential shared capability 6: Identifying people’s needs and
strengths Essential shared capability 7: Providing service user centred car Essential shared capability 8: Making a difference Essential shared capability 9: Promoting safety and positive risk taking Essential shared capability 10: Personal development and learning ]
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