This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults course aims to give each candidate the information and knowledge to feel confident in their ability to recognise the common signs and symptoms of abuse It covers how each person should be reporting and recording concerns, with the outcome of promoting a better quality of life for all of those who require support or are vulnerable by nature. Vulnerable adults exist in all areas of society and it’s important that we, all understand our duty of care and what
Safeguarding Adults Course Content
- defining safeguarding,
- key principles, dignity, care and respect
- who is a vulnerable adult
- what is abuse,
- who adults are abused by
- risk and mental capacity.
- categories of abuse
- how a concern may come to your attention, how to respond to a disclosure,
- why adults often don’t disclose information,
- what to do next and whistleblowing.
- what to do if you don’t agree with the decisions made by others