Stopping a persons right to the necessities such as medication, nutrition and heating. * Self-neglect- any adult that no longer can take care of themselves . Aii) Identify signs and symptoms of the different types of abuse. Physical abuse- any change in behaviour can be a sign that someone is a victim of some form of abuse, other signs would be * Multiply brusing or finger marks especially in well protected areas. * Fractures such as twisting of the wrists.
Bruising in unusual sites e.g. inner arms, thighs. Abrasions, teeth indentations, injuries to head or face, Client very passive. Sexual abuse: Direct or indirect involvement of a vulnerable adult in sexual activity which they are unwilling or unable to give informed consent or which they do not fully comprehend. Including rape and sexual assault or sexual acts to which the vulnerable adult has not consented, or could consent, or was pressured into consenting.
Unit 204 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care. Outcome 1 1.1 and 1.2 • Physical Abuse involves any treatment of a person that is violent or involves rough handling. Eg - Assault such as hitting, biting, kicking, shaking or causing burns, pushing or grabbing or rough handling. Signs/Symptoms :- Any injury not fully explained by the history given. Unexplained injuries.
Assignment 205 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care. Task A Booklet. AI. Describe in your own words what is meant by the following types of abuse: Physical Abuse: Defined as the use of physical force that may result in bodily injury, physical pain, or impairment. Physical abuse can include; Hitting, slapping, pushing, kicking, force feeding, forcing medication, leaving people to sit in faeces or urine.
Unit 5 1, Know how to recognise signs of abuse. 1.1 Define the following types of abuse : * Physical abuse - can be hitting, punching, biting, shaking, burning, scalding, throwing, force feeding or anything else that causes physical harm to an individual. * Sexual abuse – Could be forcing an individual to take part in sexual acts, penetrative or non-penetrative, these include rape and buggery, sexual assault. Watching sexually explicit materials such as on the internet, dvd etc. * Emotional/psychological abuse – Ranges from bullying, scaring a person with threats or fear, lowering self-esteem by de-valuing, verbal abuse and swearing, expecting too high expectations on the individual and exploitation.
Unit 04 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care 1.1Define the following types of abuse: Physical abuse - are slapping, scratching, punching, kicking, burning, punishing, restraining, these types of abuse are visible as they leaves marks and impression on the body. Sexual abuse – this is when an individual is molested without consent these are sexually inappropriate touching, looks, gesture, verbally, names calling. Emotional/psychological abuse – these abuse are blaming, being sweared at, treat unfairly, humiliated deprive of love. Financial abuse- to exploit someone, to take money or belongings from then with there permission (theft). Institutional abuse – to give poor care to someone , this can be neglect or physical and all the above this also includes batch care , lack of support, example giving everyone the same toiletries, waking up time, meals at the some time and choice of food.
P1- Describe forms of abuse which may be experienced by adults. P2- Describe indicators that abuse may be happening to adults. Type Of Abuse Definition Of The Abuse Example Of The Abuse Indicators Of The Abuse Physical Physical abuse is abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. Striking, punching, pushing, pulling, slapping, biting, whipping, striking with an object, kicking, tripping, kneeing, strangling, rape, placing in stress positions (tied or otherwise forced) and withholding food or medication. Injuries (bruises, lacerations, cuts, burns, bite marks, fractures, etc.
Assignment 204 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care AI). Types of abuse Physical: Including hitting, slapping, pushing, kicking or injuring someone or misuse of medication. Sexual: Including rape, sexual assault or pressuring someone into sexual acts they haven’t consented to, don’t understand or feel powerless to refuse. Emotional: Including threats of harm or abandonment, isolation, humiliation, blaming, controlling, intimidation, coercion, harassment, verbal abuse, or witholding services or supportive networks. Financial or material: Including theft, fraud, misuse of property, possessions, benefi ts, and deliberate or premeditated mismanagement of fi nances.
Work 1 : Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care 1. Know how to recognise signs of abuse 1.1 Define the following types of abuse: • physical abuse : Includes ; hitting, slapping, pushing, kicking, misuse of medication, misuse of restraint, inappropriate sanctions. • sexual abuse : Includes; rape and sexual assault , or sexual acts to which the vulnerable adult has not consented or could not consent, or where pressure was applied to secure their consent. • emotional/psychological abuse: Includes; verbal abuse, psychological abuse, threats, deprivation of contact, humiliation, blaming, controlling or intimidation. • financial abuse: Includes ; theft, fraud, exploitation, pressure in connection with wills, property or financial transactions.
* Physical – Hitting, slapping, kicking * Sexual – unwanted advances, indecent exposure, harassment * Psychological/Emotional – Intimidation, blaming * Financial – misappropriation of monies, not giving correct change * Institutional – where a person is not treated as an individual 1.2 Identify the signs and or symptoms associated with each type of abuse. * Physical – Skin infections * A person being taken to many different places to receive medical attention (called shopping) * Dehydration or unexplained weight changes or medication being lost * Change of behaviour * Injuries that are the shape of objects * Sexual – Sexually transmitted diseases or pregnancy * Tears or bruises in genital/anal areas * Soreness when sitting * Inappropriately dressed * Emotional – Difficulty gaining access to the service user on their own * The service user not getting access to medical care or appointments with other people. * Sleep disturbance * The service user feeling acting as if they are being watched all the time. * Decreased ability to communicate * Increased urinary or faecal incontinence. * Financial – Sudden loss of assets * Unusual or inappropriate financial transactions * Bills not being paid * A sense that the service user is being tolerated in the house due to the income they bring in, sometimes with that person not being included in the activities the rest of the family enjoys.