Safeguarding Adults in Health and Social Care
Safeguarding Adults in Health and Social Care

Safeguarding Adults in Health and Social Care

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Part Number:64
  • Modules:1
  • Duration:30 minutes
Safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone who works with vulnerable adults and this course explains what is meant by the terms used, how to recognise abuse, how to reduce the risk of abuse, and what to do if you suspect abuse or if abuse is disclosed to you.

In this course you will learn:
  • What is meant by 'Safeguarding Adults'
  • The definition of a vulnerable adult
  • How to prevent unintentional abuse
  • About the main types of abuse
  • How to recognise the signs of abuse
  • The definition of harm
  • What restrictive practices are
  • Where abuse takes place
  • About the purpose of serious case reviews
  • How treating individuals with respect can reduce the risk of abuse
  • Where to find out more about adult safeguarding
  • About the importance of person centred care
  • How to help people to keep themselves safe
  • About Safeguarding Adults Boards
  • Why safeguarding policies and procedures are relevant to you
  • About managing risk
  • About the importance of clear complaints procedures
  • What to do if you suspect abuse
  • What is whistleblowing
  • How to support and individual who reports abuse
  • About legislation relating to abuse of adults
  • Whether and when you can share confidential information

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