If the abuse is particularly serious and they feel there no way out of it they may deal with it in more drastic ways like trying to take their own life. It may result in serious anxiety and depression which is going to stay with them for the rest of their lives. Major Long-Term Medical Symptoms of Physical Abuse may be insomnia. Insomnia is when someone has difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep. Insomnia is a common problem for people that suffer or have suffered from physical abuse.
007-3.2 Explain the potential impact of an out break of infection on the individual and the organisation. Impact on the organisation: There would be potentially huge cost implications on an organisation with regards to staff sickness levels rising, causing the need to employ more staff which they will be paying to cover in addition to staff that are off sick ,and patients needing hospitalisation. Patients may require to have longer stays in hospital causing a shortage of beds for other patients. Hospitals, units and wards could all face closure short term or long term. The organisation could also be fined by not complying with the law which would have a negative effect with exposure in the media.
Two commonly cited risk factors are the presence of Alzheimer’s/dementia. Providing care to individuals with Alzheimer’s and related forms of dementia is especially challenging and may increase the odds of committing physical acts * Offender Motivations- refers to the factors that increase the offenders likelihood that they will be physically or emotionally abusive towards older people. Offender motivations for committing elder abuse include the following, Mental illness, Substance abuse, History of violence, Dependence, Burden and Rationalizations * Isolation- The more socially isolated
The trauma of surgery followed by probable skin grafting can be devastating also. After going through the various stages of healing, prognosis can be varied. Full use of the limb to limited use are some of the obstacles that the patient will have to overcome. Once a patient is discharged
D1- Evaluate the potential long-term effects of these two forms of abuse on the health and wellbeing of adults. I am going to be talking about the long term effects of 2 different types of abuse these are Sexual abuse and Emotional abuse I will be also evaluating how these two forms of abuse have serious long term effects on the individual who has suffered this type of abuse. I am also going to talk about how health care professionals can help the individual deal with these effects in their day-to-day lives. Sexual Abuse Sexual abuse refers to any action that pressures or forces someone to do something sexually they don't want to do. It can also refer to behaviour that impacts a person's ability to control their sexual activity or the circumstances in which sexual activity occurs, including oral sex, rape or restricting access to birth control and condoms.
There are a lot of symptoms to Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis one that can affect a person’s life, his/her family, their social life, and even their job is called depression. Depression can lead to dramatic change in appetite causing a person to loose excess weight or gain excess weight. A person can fell hopeless, helplessness, worthlessness, and guilt causing a person to feel self-hate. All of these things can lead a person to thoughts of suicide or even worse cause someone to commit suicide (PubMed Health 1747) (PubMed Health 1463) (PubMed Health ). Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis both have pain associated with the diseases.
Forms of abuse which may be experienced by adults Types of abuse Abuse is mistreating another person by violating a person’s human and civil rights. The abuse can vary from treating someone with disrespect in a way which significantly affects the person's quality of life, to causing actual physical suffering. Abuse can happen to anyone, even in a healthcare setting such as, a residential or nursing home, a hospital, at a day care centre or an education environment, in supported housing or in the street. Vulnerable people are more at risk of being abused, such as people with learning, sensory or physical disability, older people who are more dependent on help from others. People with mental health problems or with dementia.
The perpetrator may have been abused as a child; violence may have become a means of resolving disputes in the family/social network. Family history of violence. The stress of caring for a physically and/or mentally frail adult without adequate support can lead to abusive behavior towards the adult. Other events may have occurred to exacerbate the situation, such as a job loss, moving house, the death of a significant other, or financial problems. Dependency on the vulnerable person for money, shelter or emotional support can arouse resentment, sometimes abuse.
Jackson. According to Maslach and Jackson, “human service professionals are often required to spend a considerable time in intense involvement with other people, centering around the client’s current problems (psychological, social, and/or physical and is therefore charged with feelings of anger, embarrassment, fear or despair” ( p. 99). Due to the nature of the profession the individual often experiences chronic stress which can be emotionally draining and poses the risk for burnout. Maslach and Jackson define burnout “as a syndrome of emotional exhaustion and cynicism that occurs frequently among individuals who do ‘people-work’ of some kind” (p. 99). Three aspects of burnout are emotional exhaustion, negative, cynical attitudes and feelings about one’s clients and the tendency to evaluate oneself negatively with regards to one’s work with clients.
Alcohol abuse can have very serious affect on a person’s temperament, which can lead to spousal and even child abuse. Alcohol often is the number one cause in divorce and spending time in jail. It can also affect relationships outside of the family; many people have lost life long friends