Safeguarding Adults (Level 2)

Safeguarding Adults (Level 2)

Safeguarding Adults (Level 2)

Understanding Safeguarding Adults

Throughout this lesson, we will simplify the notion of Safeguarding Adults (Level 2) by breaking it down into phrases that are easy to comprehend. Understand the reasons why it is necessary to safeguard vulnerable adults from being harmed, abused, or neglected. Learning how to recognise the indicators of abuse and the significance of intervening is an important skill to acquire.

Legal and Ethical Frameworks of Safeguarding Adults

In this level, you will investigate the legal and ethical frameworks that are associated with protecting adults. It is important to be aware of the obligations that you have as a carer or professional in order to guarantee the safety and well-being of persons who are vulnerable. Acquire an understanding of how these frameworks direct your behaviour in circumstances of protection.

Identifying Vulnerabilities

Educate yourself on how to recognise vulnerabilities in adults and evaluate the risk indicators that they present. Through participation in this session, you will acquire the practical tools necessary to identify potential areas of vulnerability and potential areas of exploitation. Adults are protected at the Level 2 level by the implementation of preventative measures that successfully mitigate hazards.

Capable Interaction

In order to protect adults, communication is essential (Level 2). Learn how to communicate with vulnerable persons in a courteous, empathic, and clear manner. Develop rapport and trust in order to encourage disclosure and, if needed, intervention.

Addressing Issues

Learn what to do in this last section if you have any concerns regarding adult safeguarding. This subject highlights the significance of prompt and proper action, from reporting procedures to collaborating with pertinent agencies. Adult safeguarding (Level 2) necessitates taking preventative measures to shield persons in danger.

Lessons

  1. Brief Description of Safeguarding Adults (Level 2)

    The Safeguarding Adults (Level 2) training program aims to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills to protect vulnerable adults from abuse and neglect. The program covers the moral and legal contexts of adult protection, emphasizing the importance of identifying and acting upon abuse indicators.
  2. Module 1: What is Safeguarding Adults?

    Upon finishing this section, you should be able to demonstrate your understanding of the following: The definition of adult safeguarding as provided by the Care Act 2014 and important definitions for adult safeguarding.
  3. Module 2: Who is an Adult With Safeguarding Needs?

    After completing this section, you should be able to show that you understand the following: How adults can be more vulnerable to abuse and neglect and how adults can be abused by other adults or by children
  4. Module 3: Understanding The Types of Abuse

    After completing this section, you should be able to show that you understand the following topics: what constitutes abuse and neglect, who can abuse and neglect adults who are at risk and what circumstances and settings make abuse and neglect more likely.
  5. Module 4: Roles and Responsibilities

    After completing this part, you should be able to show that you understand the following: The role you play in protecting adults, the organization's duties and the manager's or safety lead's responsibilities.
  6. Module 5: What if Abuse is Disclosed/ Suspected

    After completing this part, you should be able to show that you understand the following: The role you play in protecting adults, the organization's duties and the manager's or safety lead's responsibilities.
  7. Module 6: Risk Assessment and Management

    After completing this section, you should be able to show that you understand the following concepts: Risk definition, how risk assessments are classified and the use of risk assessment tools and matrices.
  8. Module 7: Understanding the MCA and DoLS

    After completing this section, you should be able to show that you understand the following topics: The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA); which evaluates capacity, how the MCA determines whether someone is unable to make decisions, the fundamental ideas of the act and what is in the best interests of the individual.
  9. Module 8: Understanding the MCA and DOLs

    Understanding Mental Capacity Act 2005:Determining capability by individuals, determining decision-making incapacity, act principles and individual best interests, planning for future capacity loss, and deprivation of liberty safeguards.
  10. Module 9: Record Keeping

    You should be able to demonstrate a comprehension of the following after completing this section: The fundamentals of record keeping.The appropriate times, methods, types of information to record and what information should be kept?
  11. Module 10: Information Sharing

    After finishing this section, you should be able to demonstrate that you understand the following topics: How important it is to share information in order to prevent abuse and neglect. The seven golden rules of information sharing and some of the fundamental principles of information sharing.
  12. Module 11: Case Studies

    These are fictional stories created to show how we can help adults at risk. Case Studies include: Jacinta, Mary and Mr. F

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