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Aleksandra Loza
Task2
Case Study 1

1.4
Two examples of physical indicators;
Kelly saw bruises on Barbara’s wrists. She also noticed that Barbara’s face was slightly swollen.

Two examples of behavioural indicators;
Barbara was defenceless, unable to communicate. She was withdrawn and did not respond to communication. 1.5
What action should be taken;
Kelly should tell Barbara that she saw that something bad had happened to Barbara. She must tell Barbara, that she must inform manager about it. Kelly should inform to manager of Nursing Care Home about her observations. 1.6

Boundaries of confidentiality. When and who Kelly should share information. Kelly should not to talk to another else about her observations. She should divide this information only with manager. She should be concrete, don’t talk about details which are needless. She should relate only facts, not suspecting.

Case Study 2
1.4
Two examples of physical indicators;
Claire has known Adam since nine months. He was energetic and cheerful boy already, but now he often appears tired and quiet. Also Claire observed finger marks on Adam’s cheek.

Two examples of behavioural indicators;
Claire observed, that Adam is wary of teacher (adult) contact. He is also withdrawn, doesn’t want to play with a another children.

1.5
What action should be taken;
Claire should share her observation with manager

1.6
Boundaries of confidentiality. When and who Kelly should share information. Claire should inform manager about changes which she observed with Adam’s behaviour and physical signs. She shouldn’t talk to another else about this situation. Claire shouldn’t share her observation with another members of staff, patents etc.
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