Adult Safeguarding. Case Scenarios. Scenario 1. A family in the waiting room get up to enter the GP’s room. The daughter, who has mental health problems, hurries her elderly parents along by knocking the back of her legs with her walking stick. Don’t ignore minor signs of physical abuse, this can be a symptom of more serious issues at home.
Safeguarding scenarios for staff training. Each month a scenario will appear on this webpage. The intention is that these are taken to staff meetings for discussion with the aim of reinforcing the school’s policy and procedures.
‘Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse – National Policy and Procedures’ (2014). The “Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse - National Policy and Procedures”, which applies to all HSE and HSE funded services, outlines a number of principles to promote the welfare of vulnerable people and safeguard them from abuse.
Safeguarding adults means protecting a person’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. The Care Act requires that each Local Authority must: • Arrange, where appropriate, for an independent advocate tore ps nad u adult who is the subject of a safeguarding enquiry • Or Safeguarding Adult Review where the adult has.
Case Study Examples. Home > What is Safeguarding? > Case Study Examples; Click on the links below for case examples illustrating different forms of abuse and neglect and responses under the Care Act legislation. Worried about an Adult? What does East Sussex SAB do? Worried about a Child?