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importance of having full and up to date details of the agreed ways of working
Weegy: This is very important so that all the policies and procedures are reviewed regulary and in response to changes in law or practice standard's. They should all be updated during supervision's and staff meeting's. [ Social care worker's that are not involved/employed by an organasation must ensure that they are aware of current best practice,legislation and regulation's etc. ] (More)
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Describe both direct and indirect discrimination that may occur in an adult social care setting
Weegy: Describe both direct and indirect discrimination that may occur in an adult social care setting - Here is an example to help you see the difference: Direct discrimination: deliberately not allowing the elderly people in one home to have residents' [ meetings because they are all old and not worth supporting to do this even though the sister home (which has young people living in it) is encouraged to have such meetings. Indirect discrimination: Residents have a meeting and the minutes get pinned up on the board but the board is inadvertently set too high up on the wall to enable people in wheelchairs to access them. Direct discrimination is usually deliberate and obvious where indirect discrimination is usually (but not always) accidental. ] (More)
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Identify reports into serious failures to protect individuals from abuse?
Weegy: Abuse can happen anywhere anytime, but especially to vulnerable people, ie Children, elderly people, people with disabilities, people with learning difficulties. [ It can even happen in places people should be safe, ie hospitals, residential/ nursing homes, schools, daycare/ nurseries, centres etc. I researched two cases reported for abuse. The Winterbourne case which was nationally reported, and a local abuse case of Orme house in Lowestoft. The Winterbourne case was more physical and emotional abuse and the Orme house case was more neglect and poor living conditions. The Winterbourne case was reported nationally because it was such a disgusting mistreatment of vulnerable people, 11 members of staff were caught on cctv after visitors and patients complained about mistreatments. The evidence that was captured showed physical abuse such as, slapping, poking eyes, pulling hair, even as unbelievable as trapping them under chairs, and soaking residents in freezing cold water. It also showed emotional and verbal abuse in the form of name calling. ] (More)
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