Justify the kinds of situation when confidentiality protocols must be breached
TDA 31-3.3 Justify the kinds of situation when confidentiality protocols must be breached.
Adults who work with children and young people will come to know most of the personal information like date of birth, [ address and contact details and also sensitive information like behavioural issues, some medical information, family background, whether parents are divorcing and so on. It is the
responsibility of the adult to keep this information confidential. They must protect the identity of the child they work with and that of their families and carers. They must do everything in their power to protect the privacy of every child and adult.
This can be done by keeping their personal information safe and secure. They can pass it on those who have authorised and legitimate reason to have the information only after they have permission from their parents and carers. This involves parents signing a consent form. If parents refuse permission then the school would not able to pass on the information even if it involves a behavioural specialist working with a child who has special needs.... ]
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