Safeguarding is an important part of integrated working. When professionals work together in an integrated way, they put the individual at the centre of all activities to help identify their holistic needs earlier to improve their life outcomes. It is important to see safeguarding as part of a continuum, where prevention and early intervention can help children, vulnerable adults and families get back on track and avoid problems turning into a crisis. Protection is a central part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It is the process of protecting an individual identified as either suffering or at risk of suffering significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect.
(Minister of states 2010) Safeguarding Vulnerable adult is everyone’s business. It depends on people: being aware of risks of abuse and neglect, that vulnerable adult can face, knowing what help is available, understanding their responsibilities, working together to report and investigate concerns, working together to prevent abuse and neglect Protection is a central part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It is a reactive process, by protecting an individual identified as either suffering or at risk of suffering significant harm because of abuse or neglect. The Social Services recognized Sherin Antonita Safeguarding and protection of vulnerable adults: (P1) significant
If that person is also an adult at risk they must receive support and their needs must be addressed. • Staff will understand their role and responsibilities in regard to this policy and procedures. • Every effort should be made to ensure that adults at risk are afforded appropriate protection under the law. • Organisations will have their own internal operational procedures which relate to these multi-agency Safeguarding Adults policy and procedures, including complaints, and in respect of support to staff who raise concerns (‘whistleblowing’) to comply with the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998. • Organisations will ensure that all staff and volunteers are familiar with policies relating to Safeguarding Adults, know how to recognise abuse and how to report and respond to it.
Victims include not only those directly affected by the offense, but also family members and members of the affected community. The safety, support, and needs of these victims are the starting points for any restorative justice process. Thus a primary objective is to attend to victims' needs, material, financial, emotional, and social needs. Restitution is the restoring of person. A restorative justice process also aims to empower victims to participate effectively in dialogue or mediation with offenders.
CU2938 – 2.1 The duty that a setting has to safeguard its children, staff, parents carers & support its community & regulators in their inspection processes is paramount, this means that recommendations within serious case reviews offer the opportunity to examine current practice, what's happening and how it happens, within the setting and externally with other organisations/agencies/service providers. Through this, practitioners can pass on information via their meeting agendas or promotion of their open door policy for raising concerns about practice or other, that anyone feels has the potential to contribute to or cause children's vulnerability. It helps everyone look at information and sharing it, storing it, transporting it,
It is important to see safeguarding as part of a continuum, where prevention and early intervention can help children, vulnerable adults and families get back on track and avoid problems turning into a crisis. Protection is a central part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It is the process of protecting an individual
Div Explain how the responsibilities of all concerned with the care of an individual can be supported by a risk assessment It can be supported by a risk assessment because having a risk assessment ensures all concerned about the care of the individual that they are under safe care as all risks have been identified and found a way to prevent them etc. Dv Describe two different uses of a risk assessment in adult social care settings. Risk assessment can be used to show the potential danger in activities that the individual may want to be apart off therefor making them aware of the dangers and a risk assessment can be
Anyone working with children are to have enhanced CRB checks to ensure we comply with the current legislations that prevent inappropriate people from working there, also all staff are to know their settings policies and procedures in the event of an incident they then know the correct procedures to carry out and who next to inform. Protecting children and young people and promoting their welfare is often a shared responsibility as it is important to collect as much information from as many sources as possible to get the best picture of each case and there can be many agencies involved with this such as staff, volunteers, police, welfare officers, social services and common assessment framework
Just like in this case, common sense should be used in assessing and managing the risks of any activity. Also, to make sure that injuries are taken care of properly, staff should be given the training they need so that they can keep themselves and children safe and manage risks effectively. Health and safety law requires the employer to assess the risks to the health and safety of staff and others that could potentially be affected by their activities. The terms of risk assessment and risk management are used to describe the
The outcomes of Every child matters are: Benefits of Multi agency working & integrated working An important aspect of multi agency working and integrated working is that children and young people who are at risk can be identified and the organizations involved can quickly ensure that the child is safe and protected. People who need support are not passed form organization to organization there is a single point of entry. This allows support which is easily and widely available. It brings together a range of services for the whole community where practitioners work together to deliver integrated support to children, young people and their families. 1.2: Analyse how integrated working practices & multi-agency working in partnership deliver better outcomes for children & young people.