Series: General Social Care
Designed exclusively for those working with or providing care to adults with learning disabilities, this programme aims to both allow viewers develop an understanding of the different forms of abuse, whilst considering where abuse can take place. It goes on to introduce the concept of neglect and self-neglect, and improves awareness of the signs and symptoms of both abuse and neglect to aid in its recognition. Also explored is identifying what to do if abuse or neglect is suspected. Show Less
This video, designed exclusively for those working with or providing care to adults at risk of abuse, aims to develop an understanding of the different forms of abuse and introduce the notion of self-neglect and neglect (by others). It goes on to explore improving awareness of the signs and symptoms of both abuse and neglect to aid in its recognition and identifies what to do if abuse or neglect is suspected. Show Less
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 affects everybody who works in care. This title will give care workers the understanding of what the Mental Capacity Act is and more importantly, how they can apply it to their everyday working practices.
As a social care worker or volunteer, your first responsibility is to promote the safety and well-being of the individuals you support, protecting them from danger, harm and abuse at all times. In part this is achieved when you come across a situation that causes you concern and you report this to an appropriate person Designed to give you the confidence that sharing a concern is the right thing to do, this video will help you answer such questions as: Why do I have to raise my concern? How do I raise a concern? Who should I tell? What should I do if my concern is not dealt with appropriately? It starts by exploring how we often raise concerns naturally and informally as part of our day-to-day routine and that this is a positive thing to do. Show Less
All health care staff who come in contact with children and people have a legal responsibility to safeguard and promote their welfare and should know what to do if they have concerns about safeguarding issues, including child protection. The Care Certificate’s Safeguarding Children Standard is aimed at those working in adult health and social care who may in the course of their role come into contact with children. Show Less
Effective training is vital to ensure that workers are motivated, efficient and up to date with best practice. This programme will help you to understand how to deliver better training by explaining how people learn and how to communicate effectively. These skills will enable you to empower your workers by keeping up to date with best practice and meeting the requirements of Skills for Care. Show Less