Behavioural changes. Drowsiness due to inappropriate medication. • Sexual Abuse involves forcing a person to take part in a sexual act, making unwanted sexual advances or unwanted exposure to sexual acts and pornography. Signs/Symptoms :- Sexual behaviour, such as avert sexual language and inhibited behaviour, pregnancy in a women who is unable to consent, withdrawal, depression and stress, incontinence, sexually transmitted infections, urinary tract infections, fear and distrust, unusual wounds to genital areas. • Emotional/psychological abuse is any treatment of a person that causes them emotional distress.
- Neglect is where a person’s physical mental or emotional state is affected by lack of necessary care and attention, there are two forms including active neglect and passive neglect. Active neglect is intentional, like withholding necessities such as soap or a toothbrush, and passive neglect is more unintentional so to speak, due to lack of knowledge or experience from a member of staff. 1.2 Identify signs and/or symptoms associated with each type of abuse Signs and symptoms of physical abuse include punching, scratching, kicking, biting, deliberate starvation or force feeding markings on the body, flinching, bed sores or rashes. Signs and symptoms of sexual abuse include inappropriate touching, genital bruising, bleeding from genitals, cowering, flinching, marks around the neck, wrists or ankles, being withdrawn or self-harm are also signs of sexual abuse. Emotional and psychological signs
Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care. 1.1 Define the following types of abuse: •Physical abuse involving contact intended to cause feelings of intimidation, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. •Sexual abuse is the forcing of undesired sexual behaviour by one person upon another. •Emotional/psychological abuse may involve threats or actions to cause mental or physical harm; humiliation; isolation. •Financial abuse is the illegal or unauthorised use of a person’s property, money, pension book or other valuables.
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.
HSC024 Principles of Safeguarding and Protection in Health and Social Care 1.1 Define the following types of abuse: Physical abuse - Physical abuse is where someone inflicts physical harm or discomfort to an individual and fails to meet the required standards of physical care, this could include hitting, punching, medication misuse, withholding food and drink etc. Sexual abuse – Sexual Abuse refers to sexually assaulting an individual who is not consenting or does not understand what they are consenting to. Emotional/psychological abuse – This includes threats or bribes in order to make someone do something or make them keep something a secret. This also includes name calling, intimidation and being prevented from receiving the proper support required Financial abuse – This includes stealing money, pressure or persuasion into spending money on things that benefits the person supporting the service user. Institutional abuse – Individuals are mistreated due to poor practise of a company, this could include understaffing and neglect 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. * Financial abuse – Includes theft of money or property e.g borrowing and never paying back, mismanagement of the individual’s finances, keeping finances away from the individual. * Institutional abuse – Misuse of authority by staff in a health and social care setting, failure to keep professional boundaries, inappropriate use of medication, physical restraint, humiliation or bullying, also denying a person privacy. * Self-neglect – Personal hygiene would be affected, bathing, not washing clothes etc. Self-harming, and starving themselves, refusing to eat and/or drink.
PRINCIPLES OF SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Unit 204 1.1&1.2 Physical Abuse: Physical abuse is any intentional or unwanted contact with you or another person, this may include hitting or shaking someone, poisoning, burning someone or even using an object that could cause harm to an individuall. Signs and symptoms of physical abuse can be visible signs such as bruises and cuts or burns on the body or it could be broken bones and open wounds. Sexual Abuse: Sexual abuse is when any sexual activity is forced upon an individual without consent or made to participate or watch sexual activity. Signs and symptoms of sexual abuse could include injuries to or near the genital areas or bleeding or even a sexually transmitted infection can be a sign of inappropriate sexual behaviour. Emotional and psychological abuse: Emotional and psychological abuse is when physical abuse is being made or even threats these can have a big impact.
Absence of medication. Self neglect: Failure to take care of themselves that causes, or is likely to cause serious physical, mental or emotional harm or substantial damage to or loss of property. Not washing, putting on dirty clothes, not eating properly; not understanding or undertaking financial needs, not taking medication or seeking help, bad living environment, Psychological/emotional abuse: The violation of the emotional and psychological health and development of a vulnerable adult. Threats of harm or abandonment.
to pay bills etc. Institutional Abuse: Institutional abuse is the maltreatment of a person, usually an adult or young person, from a system of power. This can range from acts similar to home-based child abuse, such as neglect, physical and sexual abuse and hunger to the effects of gaining control of the victim to modify their behaviour, in a harsh or unfair manner. Self-neglect: This is a behavioural condition, in which the individual neglects attention to their own basic needs, such as person hygiene, correct clothing, nutritional needs or even tending appropriately to any medical needs. Neglect by others: Neglect by other is a passive form of abuse, when a partner or friend is no longer able to tend to his or her own needs and you are aware of those needs but choose not to tend to them.
Know how to recognise signs of abuse 1.1 Define the following: Physical Abuse The use of physical force that may result in bodily injury, physical pain or impairment. This may include hitting, beating, pushing, shoving, shaking, slapping, kicking, pinching and burning. Sexual Abuse Is any sexual act committed against someone without that persons freely given consent. Such as unwanted kissing or touching, rape or attempted rape, repeatedly using sexual insults towards someone. Emotional/Psychological Abuse Any act that subjects or exposes another person to behaviour that may result in psychological trauma.