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Safeguarding week 1

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Safeguarding week 1

  1. 1. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 1
  2. 2. Time to Think………… • Times Table Bingo
  3. 3. Learning Outcomes • Identify the meaning of safeguarding and protection • Describe the various aspects of safeguarding in health and social care • Assess why a safe environment is important for service users
  4. 4. Introduction • Safeguarding • Central to providing a high quality service in health and social care. • Protection of health, well-being and human rights • Why do we need clear guidelines to follow?
  5. 5. Who are we protecting? • Protecting from harm and abuse • Children • Vulnerable person/adults- This is anyone aged 18 and over who needs Community Care Services because of mental or other disability, age or illness. They may be unable to take care of themselves or unable to protect themselves against significant harm or exploitation.
  6. 6. Children and young people Protection from harm and abuse. All settings will have policies and procedures. It is a statutory requirement that everyone has a DBS ( Disclosure and Barring Service)
  7. 7. Safeguarding bubbles Small Group Task Everyone who works or is on placement in health and social care has a responsibility to safeguard the users of the service. Lets consider aspects of safeguarding
  8. 8. Have you met your objectives?
  9. 9. Feedback from Task
  10. 10. Have you met your objectives?
  11. 11. Reflect
  12. 12. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 1
  13. 13. Time to think………… • Words from the letters in :- • threatening
  14. 14. Learning Outcomes • Summarise legislation in relation to safeguarding and protection • Describe legislation in relation to children and young people. • Explain legislation, policies and procedures in relation to adults in health and social care.
  15. 15. Recap-Board Blast • What legislation can you remember from HSC M1?
  16. 16. Paired Task • You will be given a legislation to research using Health and Social Care books and you need to produce a poster with information on in your OWN words relating it to safeguarding and protection of adults and children.
  17. 17. Presentations
  18. 18. Have you met your objectives?
  19. 19. Legislation • Children and young people. Equality Act 2010 Children Act 2004 Human Rights Act 1998 Data Protection Act 1998 Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1992
  20. 20. Know why children and young people might need to be looked after 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).
  21. 21. © Hodder Education 2011 Know why children and young people might need to be looked after Who might need to be looked after? • Those whose parents have mental health problems or who suffer from mental health issues themselves • Children who are neglected • Children who have learning disabilities or special needs • Young people in trouble with the law • Those with non-accidental injuries • Those who are, or whose parents are, substance abusers • Children in households where there is domestic violence • Disabled children needing short-break care.
  22. 22. © Hodder Education 2011 Know how care is provided for looked after children and young people The welfare of the child is paramount. Children and young people should be safe and protected if they are in danger Children should be cared for by their families wherever possible if safe to do so. Parents of children in need should be helped to care for their needs Courts should only make a care order if it is better for the child than not making an order. Children should be informed and involved in decisions affecting them Parents retain parental responsibility which is either shared with the local authority (looked after children) or retained entirely by the parents (children in need)
  23. 23. Legislation Adults Care Act 2014 Health and Social Care Act 2012 Mental Capacity Act 2005 Equality Act 2010 No Secrets 2000
  24. 24. Reflect • Write a question about your learning today that you could ask a class member.
  25. 25. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 1
  26. 26. Time to think………….. • http://www.transum.org/software/SW/Start er_of_the_day/starter_November2.asp
  27. 27. Learning Outcomes • Explain the codes of practice for social care workers in relation to safeguarding and protection.
  28. 28. Code Of Practice • Watch the following clip and make notes. • Code of Practice • Why is a code of practice important for a service user? • What information does it give you about your practice? • How does it help the workforce?
  29. 29. Creative Task • Using the Codes of Practice booklet outline the information in relation to safeguarding and protection. Code of Practice
  30. 30. How to reference • In your work:- In the General Social Care Council (2010)……………. • Bibliography- General Social Care Council (2010) Codes of Practice For Social Care Workers
  31. 31. Have you met your objectives?
  32. 32. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 1
  33. 33. Time to think……….. • Word square- All that you have to do is make dictionary words of any length from the letters in the grid – the bigger the better! • The only restriction is that the word must contain the central letter. O S V E F E I N F
  34. 34. Placement Q&A • News from Placements December 20th- not required in placement BUT must let placement know.
  35. 35. Learning Outcomes • Describe three reasons why it is important to take care of your own health and safety in the workplace • Identify the meaning of abuse • Describe four different types of abuse • Recognise signs, symptoms and indicators which may cause concern.
  36. 36. Taking care of own health and safety • HSC • Ambulance www.hsc.gov.uk (Accessed 18.11.16)
  37. 37. Musculoskeletal Disorders • Musculoskeletal
  38. 38. Paragraph writing • Using the information gathered answer the following question:- • Explain why it is important to take care of your own health while working in health and social care.
  39. 39. Have you met your objectives?
  40. 40. What is abuse? • Abuse is a violation of an individual’s human and civil rights by any other person or persons. (Source: No Secrets, www.dh.gov.uk) • Abuse can take place by anyone, majority of abuse is carried out by someone the vulnerable adult or child knows
  41. 41. SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY • You will be given a type of abuse ,as a group think what this means and produce a graffiti board with words and/or pictures that explain the term and give examples of the indicators.
  42. 42. • Physical • Neglect • Sexual • Emotional • Financial • Bullying What are the types of abuse?
  43. 43. Have you met your objectives?
  44. 44. Unit HSC M3 Safeguarding and protection in health and social care Week 1
  45. 45. Time to Think……………
  46. 46. Learning Outcomes • Identify the meaning of abuse • Describe four different types of abuse • Recognise signs, symptoms and indicators which may cause concern.
  47. 47. Recap
  48. 48. Individual Activity (C1) • Small Group Presentations Type of abuse Possible signs/indicators Possible symptoms Physical abuse Sexual abuse Emotional abuse Financial abuse Neglect
  49. 49. © Hodder Education 2011 Financial Abuse Financial abuse of adult service users • Stealing money, cheque books, pension books, fraud • Holding back money when payment is due • No control over personal finances • Service users being tricked to give away possessions, money or personal information • Service users not having a choice in how they spend their money
  50. 50. Baby P case • Baby Peters short life
  51. 51. Have you met your objectives?
  52. 52. Reflect • Case Study question
  53. 53. Institutional Abuse • This type of abuse can become the norm in a health and social care setting. • It is the maltreatment of a service user or child from a position of power.
  54. 54. © Hodder Education 2011 Institutional abuse of service users • All service users put to bed at same time • All service users given meals with no choice of menu • Personal hygiene done as routine and with no element of personal choice on the part of the service user • Strict routines imposed to benefit staff • Independence, choice and dignity of service users removed • Service users controlled by the organisation
  55. 55. Review

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