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P1 - Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
There are FOUR outcomes to be achieved in this unit - these are written in blue.
You will need to address the specific unit criteria linked to each outcome - these are written in black.
You will need to work with assessment planning guidance that I have given to make sure that you are responding to the criteria correctly.
This guidance is written in grey. Within this guidance you will find recommendations on the best way to gather your evidence - this is written in purple. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Understand the legislation, regulations and policies that underpin the protection of vulnerable adults
1.1 Analyse the differences between the concept of safeguarding and the concept of protection in relation to vulnerable adults
For this you will need to firstly explain the concept of safeguarding is and what the concept of protection is. Please be sure to discuss
Then you need to go on to point out the differences. A written statement is the best way to provide this evidence. 1.2 Evaluate the impact of policy developments on approaches to safeguarding vulnerable adults in own service setting
First you will need to identify 2 or more safeguarding policy developments in your organisation over the years.
The you will go on to explain the difference that the changes have made and why these changes are seen to be an improvement.
A written statement is the best way to provide this evidence. 1.3 Explain the legislative framework for safeguarding vulnerable adults
For this you will need to have a full understanding of SOVA and multi agency working.
Please research to make sure your explanation is factual.
A written statement is the best way to provide this evidence.

1.4 Evaluate how serious case reviews or inquiries have influenced quality

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