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About the book:
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Author (s): Deborah Barnett
Size: 2 Mb
Who should read this book and how to use the information
Safeguarding and safety
My philosophy of the learning process in safeguarding
The ethos of safeguarding practice
How much knowledge is enough in safeguarding adults?
How much legislation do I need to know?
The academics of safeguarding
The psychology of safeguarding
The sociology of safeguarding
The criminology of safeguarding
The law in safeguarding decision making
How do we make decisions as practitioners?
1. Introduction: An Overview of the Process
2. The History – From No Secrets to the Care Act 2014
The role of safeguarding defined by the consequentialist nature of the Care Act 2014
Strategic safeguarding structures
The operational safeguarding team/practitioners acting within a multi-agency dynamic
3. Indicators of Abuse and Neglect, Including Indicators of Trauma
The impact of abuse or neglect: trauma
Self-neglect and hoarding
Homelessness and safeguarding considerations in relation to trauma
Sexual abuse and sexual exploitation
Organisational abuse (formerly known as institutional abuse)
Neglect and acts of omission
4. Capacity, Consent and Information Sharing
Can I make a safeguarding referral when the person is capacitated and does not consent?
5. Safeguarding Eligibility Criteria
The three-part test
Who meets these eligibility criteria?
Eligibility criteria case examples
Responsibility for safeguarding adults, application of eligibility criteria, risk assessment and response to enquiries
6. How Do We Respond to Increasing Safeguarding Demands?
Journey of support – not eligible for local authority services
Journey of support – eligible for local authority services
Social work intervention models
7. Making Safeguarding Personal
Equitable access to services, equitable treatment and reasonable adjustments
Increasing communication and involvement
‘Making safeguarding personal’ throughout the process
Increasing the economic, social, political, spiritual, psychological and physiological strength of a person, as an individual, within their family and within their community
Example of a person-centred safety plan
Maintaining human rights, including the right to private life (autonomy)
Equitable access to criminal justice
8. Working with the Police: Reasonable Suspicion, Reporting
Crime and Preserving Evidence
Police powers of arrest
Points to prove and safeguarding support in preserving evidence
Competence, giving evidence and special measures
Capacity and credibility
Witness support, preparation and profiling (based on the Liverpool model)
9. Special and Additional Measures
The use of screens
To dispense with the wearing of wigs and gowns
The use of intermediaries
Witness support, preparation and profiling considerations
10. How Do I Manage Cases of Escalating Risk or Multiple Abuse?
The executive strategy process
11. Safeguarding Adults Reviews
The purpose of a safeguarding adults review
Referral process and decision-making panel/process
Focus on victim, family and friends
Proportionality in a safeguarding adults review
Links and interfaces with other reviews
The scope of the review
How to choose the appropriate person to conduct the review
Making the safeguarding adults review/domestic homicide review process personal
Joint commissioning of reviews