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Safeguarding week 2

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Safeguarding week 2

  1. 1. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 2
  2. 2. Time to remember AGE Confidentiality harm
  3. 3. Learning Outcomes • Identify three examples of support available for people experiencing harm, abuse or neglect • Describe actions to take when there are concerns about harm, abuse or neglect • Explain the actions to take if an individual alleges that they are being abused
  4. 4. Recap • What does the term looked after child mean?
  5. 5. Looked after children • This term is used for children and young people who are the subject of a care order by the court. • Care orders may be compulsory if a child or young person needs safeguarding from harm. • Children may also be taken into care voluntarily (accommodated).
  6. 6. Board Blast What organisations do you know that offer support for people experiencing harm, abuse or neglect? •
  7. 7. Sources of Support NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of cruelty to Children) Victim support ChildLine Kidscape Action on Elder Abuse Age UK The Samaritans Womans Aid Love Later Life
  8. 8. Have you met your objectives?
  9. 9. Action to take if there are suspicions that an individual is being abused • Everybody working in a health and social care environment has a Duty of care to react appropriately when faced with suspicions or allegations of abuse. • Duty of care, in any setting, is the level of service that is expected, as a minimum, to be provided.
  10. 10. Procedures to follow if you suspect a case of abuse. Remember confidentiality Small group activity- mind map or flow chart
  11. 11. Safety for yourself Record, Log and Report
  12. 12. Have you met your objectives?
  13. 13. CQC • If your suspicions of abuse involve your manager or another member of staff in authority you may need to talk over your concerns with CQC or safeguarding officer at the local authority.
  14. 14. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 2
  15. 15. Time to Think………………… Family Buses
  16. 16. Learning Outcomes • Discuss evidence of poor practice in a nursing home setting • Describe the responsibilities of the health and social care practitioner in relation to whistleblowing
  17. 17. Small Group Activity • Look at the statements you have been given in relation to a child reporting abuse and put them under the headings:- • Actions to take • Actions NOT to take
  18. 18. Undercover Report • Panorama • Undercover report from a nursing home. • When watching this clip take notes:- • What is the cost of the care? • What evidence is there of poor practice in the setting? • What is the difference between a nursing home and a care home?
  19. 19. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 2
  20. 20. Time to Think………… • Times Table Bingo
  21. 21. Learning Outcomes • Discuss evidence of poor practice in a nursing home setting • Explain safety and quality assurance requirements in relation to the administration of medication • Describe the responsibilities of the health and social care practitioner in relation to whistleblowing
  22. 22. Medication • NO health or social care worker should give out medication without training. • Administration of medicines document.
  23. 23. Recap-The health and social care workers role. • Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and you must never assume that somebody else will recognise and report what you have seen or heard. • As a health and social care practitioner you must always work within policies and procedures.
  24. 24. Small Group Feedback • Remember the UNCRC (The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child,) say that children have the right to be safe from any violence, abuse or neglect. • Case Study:- • Amal is 5 years old and has cerebral palsy and has restricted mobility. What procedures do you need to follow if you suspect Amal is being neglected. Cerebralpalsy
  25. 25. The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 • The Act protects workers who whistleblow from victimisation by their manager or employer.
  26. 26. Have you met your objectives?
  27. 27. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 2
  28. 28. Time to think………… • Words from the letters in :- • maltreatment Meaning- Maltreatment means to treat someone or something badly. This can include violent or cruel behaviour towards them
  29. 29. Placement Q&A • News from Placements December 20th- not required in placement BUT must let placement know.
  30. 30. Learning Outcomes • Describe the responsibilities of the health and social care practitioner in relation to whistleblowing • Describe how the health and social care practitioner safeguards individuals • Produce a creative resource to demonstrate the NSPCC underwear rule
  31. 31. Recap-Board Blast • D3- Outline four types of abuse. Give a definition of each. For example- physical abuse means when a service user is kicked, punched………
  32. 32. • Practitioners must report the poor practice that they have witnessed to their supervisor or named member of staff responsible for safeguarding. • It is good practice to write up your concerns and give full details of the event or events. • If you whistle blow you are legally protected and will be fully supported by your supervisor or manager. • Share your concerns with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Whistleblowing- what can you remember?
  33. 33. Individual Task • Write a paragraph about the responsibilities of the health and social care practitioner in relation to whistleblowing. If you referred to Whistleblowing in HSC M1- Please add also covered in HSC M1- 2.2 at the bottom of your paragraph in your assignment.
  34. 34. Pants Campaign • NSPCC • The aim of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is to protect children from cruelty and raise awareness about abuse. • The PANTS campaign.
  35. 35. NSPCC Decorate your pants!!!! Pants
  36. 36. Independent Learning Task • Summarise current legislation in relation to safeguarding by producing a table. Legislation Year How it relates to safeguarding Equality Act Public Interest Disclosure Act Care Act Mental Capacity Act Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act
  37. 37. Have you met your objectives?
  38. 38. Evidence • When abuse is suspected or alleged it is vital that any potential evidence is preserved. • The evidence may also be required in a court of law. • Abuse is a crime, and evidence will be required in order to help secure convictions.
  39. 39. Matching Game • In your groups match the type of evidence to the description.
  40. 40. Victoria Climbie Victoria Climbie's Case - YouTube As a result of this case the Government passed the Children Act in 2004 which provides the legislation for ensuring the safety and protection of children, young people and families.
  41. 41. Multi- agency working • Why is this so important?
  42. 42. Have you met your objectives?
  43. 43. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care 1st December 2016
  44. 44. Time to Think…….. • You are the manager of a 50-bed nursing home. If the home is run at full occupancy, how much weekly income is generated if the income for each room is £725 per week?
  45. 45. Learning Outcomes • Explain the importance of an accessible complaints procedure for reducing the likelihood of abuse. • Describe unsafe practices that may affect the well-being of individuals • Identify ways to ensure that evidence of abuse is preserved
  46. 46. Recap • C2- Describe actions to take if harm or abuse is suspected or disclosed. Remember to include:- • Working within policies and procedures • Lines of reporting • Preservation of evidence • Confidentiality • Listening, non-judgemental
  47. 47. Civil and Human Rights • Abuse is a violation of civil and human rights. • An accessible complaints procedure is an essential part of providing a framework to safeguard and protect adults. • Complaints procedures will be in the employers policies and procedures.
  48. 48. Recap • Name an organisation that supports people experiencing harm, abuse or neglect
  49. 49. Actions to take if suspected abuse has been reported but nothing has been done. • The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 protects workers who ‘ blow the whistle’ from victimisation by their manager or employer. • Failings at Winterbourne View Care Home were initially not believed but people persisted in complaining. Winterbourne View Care Home
  50. 50. Care workers must always…… Role in safeguarding
  51. 51. Have you met your objectives?
  52. 52. Unsafe Practices • Poor working practices • Resource difficulties • Operational difficulties
  53. 53. Reflect • Local Safeguarding Children Boards (LSCBs) • These have a responsibility to agree how agencies will work together in implementing the local ‘ Children and Young People’s Plans’ in practice.

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