I guess you should, first of all, follow the principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion. Those are usually well-spread in the sphere of social care setting. Diversity policy means acknowledgment of each’s uniqueness and recognizing the differences between individuals. Here I mean differences like culture, ability, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. Equality is the principle of fair treatment regardless the possible differences. Inclusion policy is about embracing all people regardless race, gender, age, abilities, etc.
So, interacting with people inclusively is enabling the individual to be fully involved in their daily life and making the individual comfortable, while being respectful and sincere at all times, is open to the individual’s needs, view and beliefs, wishes.