Safeguarding in Health and Social Care
Submission date: 09/12/2015
Task | Page number | Task 1: Induction Pack on Abuse factors and contexts (1.1, 1.2, 1.3) | 4-12 | Task 2: Essay on the law in contexts (2.1, 2.2) | 12-19 | Task 3: Power point presentation on working practices and strategies (3.1, 3.2, 3.3) | 20-28 | References | 29-30 |
TASK 1: Abuse (factors and contexts)
Abuse of vulnerable people in most parts of the world needs to be stopped because it falls under the protection of human rights as It is fundamental right for all people to living a life …show more content…
Social factors such as physical disability (paralysis), his lack of education and binge drinking made her more vulnerable. She was neglected and physically assaulted due to his binge drinking and aggressive behaviour. She needs some activities to be enjoyed. Social services can play vital role to resolve this abuse so that victim can be engaged different communal activities and can be relaxed.
2. SEXUAL ABUSE: According to Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), Sexual abuse is sexual assault such as rape or other acts to which the vulnerable individual has not consented or was forced to consent. It is also the involvement of people in sexual activities which: violate the sexual taboos of the individual, family customs or usual practices. It can include the involvement of people in sexual activities where one party is in a position of trust, power or authority.
Carolyn(not real name)is 20-years-old, with learning disabilities. She attends a special school program to help with her disabilities. One day Carolyn’s teacher left her with two male students unsupervised in the school bus for a short period of time. While the teacher was gone, one of the young men took Carolyn’s shirt off, fondled her bare breasts, had sex and took some a picture of them. When the students returned to school, he showed the pictures to others. Carolyns mother, noticed that Carolyn was