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.
Unit 204 Outcome 1 1.1 Physical abuse - Hitting, slapping, pushing or kicking, forcing people to eat or take medication, leaving people to sit in urine or faeces. Sexual abuse- Unwanted advances, indecent exposure, or embarrassment, rough washing or touching of the genital area, rape, being forced to watch or participate in sexual acts. Emotional/ psychological- Intimidation not being included, being ignored, threats, bullying, sexuality, culture, religion Tec. Financial- Using an individual's money without there permission or on items they have not requested, not giving correct change, taking store card points, taking the free item or "buy one get one free". Not giving individuals enough money for food and essential items.
Self-neglect happens when a person fails to care for themselves and is likely to cause themselves physical, mental or emotional When this occurs the individual neglects to wash, feed and clothe themselves appropriately. Neglect by others happens when a person/s physical, emotional and medical needs are not being met. Carers who fail to give a high standard of care whether it be from inadequate training to negligence can cause a vulnerable person to
Financial abuse: misappropriation of monies, not giving correct change. Institutional abuse: where a person is not treated as an individual. Neglect: inadequate care, denial of basic rights. 1.2 Identify the signs and/or symptoms associated with each type of abuse. Physical Abuse • Injuries that are the shape of objects.
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.
HSC 024 : PRINCIPLES OF SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE. 1.1 DEFINE THE FOLLOWING TYPE OF ABUSE: PHYSICAL ABUSE: Is deliberate physical force that may result in bodily pain, injury and impairment. Both young children and adults can be physically abused. Physical abuse includes a person being hit, punched, kicked, pinched, choked, smashing of furniture and personal belongings, threats of violence, locked in and out of the house etc. SEXUAL ABUSE: is when a person is forced or tricked into taking part in any kind of sexual activity.
Self Neglect; is a behavioural condition in which an individual neglects to attend to their basic needs, such as personal hygiene, appropriate clothing, feeding or tending appropriately to any medical conditions they have and generally not taking care of them self. Neglect by Others; occurs when the needs of the individual is not met. Neglect can be passive or active. As a result of neglect people can become ill, hungry, cold, and dirty, injures or deprived of their right. Whether neglect is intentional or nor, the result is the deterioration of the individuals well being.
* Emotional/Psychological abuse can be defined as intimidation and threats, humiliation, racial, sexual or homophobic abuse, harassment and excluded/isolated from people or activities. * Financial abuse can be defined as any act of theft of money or property or use of money or property without a person’s consent, or without the appropriate legal authority. * Institutional abuse is any abuse that is carried out in; a care home, nursing home, acute hospital or in-patient setting. * Self neglect is a behavioural or habitual condition in which an individual neglects to attend to their basic needs. * Neglect by others is when signs of neglect are identify/recognised and ignored by others apart from the affected party.
Signs and symptoms of financial abuse would be: * Missing personal possessions * Lack of clothing and/or toiletries * Unexplained money withdrawals * Unexplained paranoia Institutional abuse: the mistreatment of a person from a system of power. Signs and symptoms of institutional abuse would be: * Poor or lack of communication with residents * Poor standards of cleanliness * Low staff morale Neglect by others: when a person is neglected by those who are responsible for their care. Signs and symptoms of neglect by others would be: * Inadequate heating and/or lighting * Basic needs not been met * Uncared for in appearance Emotional/ psychological abuse: when a person is treated in a way that causes emotional or psychological harm. Signs and symptoms of emotional/psychological abuse would be: * Compulsive behaviour * Overly anxious to please * Loss of skills or abilities Self-neglect: when a person harms or neglects themselves. Signs and symptoms of self-neglect would be: * Unexplained cuts or marks * Dirty or unkempt appearance * Not eating
Neglect by others – ignoring medical or physical needs. Fail to provide access to health, social care or educational services, withholding medication, not giving adequate nutrition and heating also clothing etc. Signs and symptoms associated with each type of abuse Physical abuse – these include