Safeguarding Adults at Risk
Some individuals are at increased risk of abuse; it is important that carers can understand why people may be at risk and know how to protect the individuals they support.
- Attendees will gain understanding of different types of abuse and the different people who may be abusers.
- They will recognise signs and symptoms which may indicate that abuse is occurring and understand the way to deal with suspicions, or evidence appropriately.
• What is abuse?
• Signs and symptoms indicating potential abuse
• Reducing the likelihood of abuse
• National and local policies and procedures
• Responding to suspicions of abuse and neglect.
• Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
• Mental Capacity Act 2005
• Person-centred Approaches
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