Unit Two - TQUK Level 3 Diploma in Adult Care

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1.1 Relevant legislation, principles, national policies and frameworks and local systems that relate to safeguarding and protection from abuse and neglect.

1.2 The roles of different agencies in safeguarding and protecting individuals’ right to live in safety and be free from abuse and neglect.

1.3 When and how you would report serious failures in upholding individuals’ rights to live free from abuse and neglect and how they influence current practice.

1.4 Where to find sources of information and advice about own role in safeguarding, including whistle-blowing and accountability for decision making and information sharing.

2.1 Definitions of the following terms:

• safeguarding

• abuse

• harm

2.2 The factors that contribute to an individual being more at risk of abuse or neglect

2.3 What is meant by: • physical abuse • domestic abuse • sexual abuse • psychological abuse • financial/material abuse • modern slavery • discriminatory abuse • organisational abuse • neglect/acts of omission • self-neglect

2.4 Indicators that an individual may be being abused.

2.5 Indicators of perpetrator behaviour.

3.1 How the likelihood of abuse may be reduced by:

• working with person-centred values

• enabling active participation

• promoting choice and rights

• working in partnership with others

3.2 The importance of an accessible complaints procedure for reducing the likelihood of abuse.

4.1 The actions to take if there are suspicions an individual is being abused or neglected.

4.2 How to respond if an individual discloses that they are being abused.

4.3 Issues relating to consent to share information about suspicions or disclosures of abuse or neglect.

4.4 How to share information about suspicions or disclosures of abuse or neglect.

4.5 How to keep the individual and others appropriately informed and involved about their Safeguarding concern in line with policies and procedures.

4.6 Ways to ensure evidence is preserved.

4.7 How and when to seek support in relation to responding to safeguarding concerns.

4.8 How to respond to suspicion or disclosure that an individual is being abused or neglected.

5.1 Unsafe practices that may affect individuals’ well-being.

5.2 The actions to take if unsafe practices have been identified.

5.3 The action to take if suspected abuse or unsafe practices have been reported but no action taken in response.

6.1 The importance of balancing online safety measures with the benefits individuals can gain from accessing online systems, and the individual’s right to make informed decisions.

6.2 The potential risks to individuals presented by:

• use of electronic communication devices

• use of the internet

• use of social networking sites

• carrying out financial transactions online

6.3 Ways of working inclusively with individuals to reduce the risks presented by each of these types of activity.

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