Living a life that is free from harm and abuse is a fundamental right of every person. When we provide care to adults it it should be caring, compassionate and professionally competent. This means we give adults support and as much choice and control as possible, treating them with respect at all times and promoting their dignity to enhance their quality of life. Adult safeguarding is a complex topic. This course aims to open up the complex thinking that surrounds safeguarding the vulnerable adult. It incorporates and understanding of abuse but the focus is on prevention through appropriate safeguarding principles.
Our course includes Lectures, videos and you will have access to lots of downloadable materials and PowerPoints that will act as your guide throughout the course. You will also have access to our discussion board for this course.
Safeguarding content includes:
Principles of safeguarding
Principles in action
Person at the centre
Understanding the role of power in healthcare
Duty of care
Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015
Mental capacity and rights
ADMA – what does it mean in practice
Supporting and protecting people’s rights
Types of Abuse
Safeguarding continuum, Actions and Policies
Responding to allegations of abuse
Responding to disclosure
For more information call us on: 057 8672539 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.