Aii: Explain the correct actions to take if you suspect an individual is being abused. A: If i suspected an individual being abused i would go straight to my manager and talk to her. Aiii: Explain the correct actions to take if an individual tells you they are being abused. A: If a individual told me they are being abused i would go to my manager and tell her exactly what i have been told. Av: Identify how to ensure evidence of abuse is kept safe.
A: Any evidence is kept locked away in the mangers locked office. Avi: identify the national policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals. A: safeguarding vulnerable groups act 2006,Police social workers. Avii: identify the local and organisational systems for safeguarding. A: Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006,Criminal records bureau,Human rights act 1998. CQC. Aviii: Explain the roles of different agencies and proffessionals A: Safeguarding adults- They bring together a number of different local agencies that work with vulnerable adults to share information and share there work. The Police – Their role is to safeguard vulnerable adultsand to investigate all reports of vulnerable adult abuse and protect and uphold the rights of vulnerable adults. CQC – They monitor and provide guidance on what all health and social care providers must do to safeguard vulnerable adults from abuse. Aix: identify sources of advices,support and information to help social care workers understand their role in safeguearding. A: For advice support and information you could go to your seniors and talk to them and you can go to your manager for support and if you want information you could go on a safeguarding course.
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