Safeguarding Adults – Cultural Religious Beliefs
This session is designed for those who work in a health and social care environment. It is designed to provide the essential knowledge and understanding of responsibilities to staff at all levels with regards to Safeguarding. This course focuses on navigating, sometimes delicate subjects such as religion, cultural differences and beliefs, sexual relationship and Mental Capacity as it relates to them in a context of Safeguarding.
How Long is the Course?
Who is the Course Aimed at?
Those who work in a health and social care environment
The course covers:
- Who is a Vulnerable Adult?
- What is Abuse?
- What is Learning Disability
- What is meant by Safeguarding?
- Legislation around Safeguarding
- Policies and Procedures
- Types of Abuse
- The importance of Mental Capacity beyond day to day decisions
- Cultural beliefs and Safeguarding
- Religious Practices and Safeguarding
- Does sexuality always lead to abuse for an individual with Learning Disability?
- Myths vs Reality vs Duty of Care
- Supporting individuals whilst maintaining boundaries
- Prevention of Abuse
- External resources and agencies