Financial abuse could be depriving the individual of money, pressuring to give money away, fraud, overcharging and theft. Institutional abuse would involve lack of choice, ie; bed times, meals, hygiene. Lack of privacy, lack of supervision and restriction when using telephones. Self neglect would be the individual not washing themselves or not maintaining cleanliness in their own environment, not eating and drinking. Neglect by others would be not providing healthcare, nourishment, leaving in an unsafe environment and not assisting or encouraging hygiene.
Not giving individuals enough money for food and essential items. Institutional- Poor care to people in group environments, for example, in a residential care home or in a day centre. Food choices not provided for individuals with different dietary needs or requirements. Rooms and clothing not being kept clean. Self neglect- Individuals not eating, washing, dressing properly.
Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care Know how to recognise signs of abuse Physical abuse - This is use of physical force that can result in injury. This could be due to being slapped, punched, kicked, scratched, biting, and strangling. Sexual abuse – This is unwanted sexual activity that is forced upon a person without their consent, this includes rape, making them watch pornography, pestering them by making sexual suggestions or comments, or they were pressured into consenting. Emotional/psychological abuse – This is controlling behaviours like shouting and calling the service user names. Could be threats of harm or of being abandoned, being deprived of contact with others, being humiliated, controlled, intimidated, kept in isolation or being withdrawn from supportive networks or services.
Unit 205 Principles of Safeguarding and Protection in Health and Social Care. Outcome 1 1.1 - Physical Abuse-Physical Abuse is to cause somebody physical harm, use force to make them do something against their will or to cause them physical harm. It is more than likely the victime will be a vulnerable individual who is unable to defend themselves but not always. Sexual Abuse - Abusing somebody can be to force them to partake in sexual acts against there will. Sexual abuse can also take a verbal form for example talking to an individual in a sexual mano against their will.
SEXUAL ABUSE: is when a person is forced or tricked into taking part in any kind of sexual activity. When sexual contact is non- consensual, it is an abuse. It can happen to men and women of any age that is both old and young. Activities such as showing pornographic material, forcing the person to watch sex acts or forcing the person to undress are considered sexual abuse. EMOTIONAL ABUSE: when a person gains power and control over another person through words and gestures.
.1. Know how to recognise signs of abuse 1.1. Define the following types of abuse: • Physical Abuse • Sexual Abuse • Emotional / Psychological Abuse • Financial Abuse • Institutional Abuse • Self Neglect • Neglect By others Answer: Physical Abuse; is abuse involving contact intended to cause feeling of intimidation, injury or other physical suffering bodily harm. Sexual Abuse; also referred to as molestation, is the forcing of undesired sexual behaviour by one person upon another. Emotional /Psychological Abuse; is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another behaviour that may result in psychological trauma including anxiety, chronic depression.
Denying them of food, drink, clothing, possessions, money and also denying them access to family and friends. Self neglect When an individual refuses to take care of themselves regarding either personal hygiene, personal appearance, not eating and drinking properly and also refusal of medication. Neglect by others When someone with a duty of care for an individual does not give adequate care, such as, denial of food and drink or money undermining the individual and taking away their dignity. 1.2 The signs an symptoms of;
Level 3 certificate in preparing to work in adult social care Principles for implementing duty of care in health and social care. Define the following types of abuse. Identify the signs/symptoms associated with each type of abuse Physical Abuse – This is described as hitting, slapping, pushing or kicking forcing a service user to eat drink or take prescribed medication also it is abuse if you leave someone in urine or faeces. Sexual Abuse – This is described as unwanted advances, indecent exposure or harassment, rough washing or touching of the genital areas, rape or being forced to watch or participate in sexual acts. Emotional/Psychological Abuse – This is described as abnormal behaviour or moods.
Activities such as showing pornographic material, forcing the person to watch sex acts or forcing the person to undress are also considered sexual abuse. c) Emotional/psychological abuse is where one person gains power and control over another through words and gestures which gradually undermine the other’ self-respect. Emotional abuse can be name-calling, blaming, screaming, making threats, yelling, neglecting, manipulation, not listening, withholding affection, belittling and untrue accusations. d) Financial abuse is stealing or defrauding someone of money, goods and/or property, allowing others to steal money or property, tricking or threatening individuals into giving away
Financial abuse signs can be insecurity, loss of trust, fearful and disappearance of possessions. Institutional Abuse This could be the misuse of authority over a vulnerable person in a health and social care setting, failure to maintain professional boundaries, inappropriate use of medication, physical restraint, and lack of privacy, humiliation and bullying. Institutional abuse signs can be loss of confidence, loss of self esteem, loss of control and a submissive behaviour. Self-neglect This could be self-harming behaviour like refusing to eat or drink, neglecting personal hygiene or toilet needs and actual body harm like cutting oneself. Neglect by others this could be not taking care of the basic