Consent may not be given due to the individual possibly not having the capacity to understand what is going on, they may not wish to consent to it, or they may feel threatened due to the other person being in a position of trust. * Emotional/psychological abuse- Emotional abuse would be where an individual’s mental well-being is being damaged. This can be through the use of threats, humiliation, bullying, swearing and other verbal conduct, which results in mental or physical distress. It also includes the denial of basic human civil rights, such as choice, self-expression, privacy and dignity. * Financial abuse- Financial abuse is the theft or misuse of an individual’s money or personal possessions to the advantage of another person.
This may affect the service user in such a way that they may feel they they are not wanted. They may feel that the service that they hoped for is not actually what is seems and may make the service user feel insecure and depressed. This could then lead to an infringement of rights. Health and social care professionals have a duty to promote the rights of their patients and service users and to challenge those people who may infringe the rights of others. In the past, services have been accused of not letting service users know about some of the facilities that could be available to them: this is because practitioners knew there was no funding available to support the provision of the service.
EMOTIONAL ABUSE: when a person gains power and control over another person through words and gestures. These can undermine the other persons self respect. Emotional abuse can be name-calling, blaming, screaming, making threats, yelling, and neglecting, belittling and untrue accusations. FINANCIAL ABUSE: Tricking and threatening a person into giving away money or property, stealing or defrauding someone of money, goods and property and refusing to allow individual to manage their finances. For example when a support worker is taking money from a service user’s purse without his or her knowledge.
Financial abuse is illegal or unauthorised use of a person’s money, property, their pension or other valuables that they own. Institutional abuse involves failure of an organisation to provide appropriate and professional individual services to vulnerable people. It can be seen or detected in process, attitudes and behaviours that amount to discrimination through unwitting prejudice, ignorance, thoughtlessness, stereotyping and rigid systems. Self neglect is a behavioural condition in which an individual neglects to attend to their basic needs, such as personal hygiene, feeding, clothing, or medical conditions they might have. Neglect is a passive form of abuse in which the wrongdoer is responsible to provide care, for someone, who is unable to care for themselves but fails to provide adequate care to meet their needs.
.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.
Booklet about safeguarding: Physical Abuse, is a form of abuse which causes physical harm to an individual. This can be biting, burning, force feeding, hitting, scalding, suffocating, shaking and throwing. Sexual Abuse, is when consent is not given to sexual activity, this can be sexual penetration to any part of the body, inappropriate touching, making sexual related comments which provide sexual gratification for the abuser and being exposed to pornographic material. Emotional Abuse, is when a person is the subject of emotional distress, this can be bullying, threats of fear, shouting, swearing, devaluing a persons self- esteem or withdrawing of affection. Financial Abuse, is the abuse of a person's money matters, this can be from stealing money, tricking a person into spending money, with holding money from a person, or making decisions in the abusers interest.
b) Sexual abuse is when a person is forced or tricked into sexual activity or when sexual contact is non- consensual. Signs and symptoms may include bruises around breasts or genitals, unexplained bleeding or bloody underwear. The person may appear fearful or withdrawn from people. c) Emotional/psychological abuse is when a person has power and control over another person through words and gestures which eventually undermines the person’s self-respect. This can be done by name calling, making threats or screaming at them.
unit 4222-205 Types of abuse * Physical abuse is an act from another person inflicting physical pain , injury or bodily harm to another person * Sexual abuse is defined as non-consensual sexual contact of any kind * Emotional/psychological abuse is defined as infliction pain or distress though verbal or non-verbal these include insults, threats, humiliation and the silent treatment * Financial abuse is defined as unauthorised and improper use of funds , property or any resources belonging to an individual * Institutional abuse is the maltreatment of a person brought about by poor or inadequate care. This usually happens in children’s homes, care homes and learning disability projects. * Self-neglect is a behavioural condition in which an individual neglects to attend to their basic needs. * Neglect by others is the falling to provide necessary care ,guidance or attention that causes the persons mental, physical or emotional harm IDENTIFY SIGNS AND SYMPTONS OF ABUSE * Physical abuse series of unexplained falls and majored injures. Broken bones, bruises, pressure marks, abrasions and burns * Sexual abuse a Change in behavioural.
Sexual abuse by a partner/intimate can include derogatory name calling, refusal to use contraception, deliberately causing unwanted physical pain during sex, without consent and to cause pain or humiliation. Emotional Abuse : One definition of emotional abuse is: "any act including confinement, isolation, verbal assault, humiliation, intimidation, infantilization, or any other treatment which may diminish the sense of identity, dignity, and self-worth Institutional abuse : Institutional abuse is the mistreatment of people brought about by poor or inadequate care or support, or systematic poor practice that affects the whole care setting. It occurs when the individual's wishes and needs are sacrificed for the smooth running of a group, service or organisation Self Neglect : Self-neglect is any failure of an adult to take care of himself or herself that causes, or is reasonably likely to cause within a short period of time, serious physical, mental or emotional harm or substantial damage to or loss of assets. Neglect by others : Adults are neglected when a caregiver does not provide the essential daily living needs of an adult dependent upon them, for things such as food, clothing, shelter, bathing, medication, health care, and doctor visits. Self-neglect happens when an adult can no longer take care of their own basic daily living needs.
Abuse stops the individual the chance to grow and flourish. 1.1 Define the following types of abuse. Physical abuse: Intentional or unwanted contacted with another person who inflicts feeling of pain or injury. Sexual abuse: Behaviour of sexual nature which is unwanted or without consent or by the use of threats. Emotional/psychological abuse: Non physical behaviours that can affect the cognitive, emotional, psychological and social development.