Safeguarding vulnerable people for Holistic therapists
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Safeguarding vulnerable people for Holistic therapists

This course will support health care workers from all types of professions
3.6 (4 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
14 students enrolled
Created by Deborah Casey
Last updated 6/2019
English
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Price: $29.99
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 8 articles
  • 4 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will learn about U.K. legislation and regulations underpinning safeguarding vulnerable groups. Students will learn about types of abuse, signs, symptoms and what to do about abuse. Students will know their responsibilities in helping to prevent abuse and steps to take if they are worried about occurrence of abuse.
  • Students will have lifetime access to updates and amendments in this training.
  • Students receive support in the q and a section of the platform
Requirements
  • There are no prerequisites for students to take this course other than an interst in the subject and also a willingness to take personal additional study.
Description

The Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 arose from serious cases where children, disabled, elderly and adults were found to have been abused in various different ways.  This legislation was aims to safeguard vulnerable people through various activities; DBS is the disclosure and barring service that vets all persons who are seeking to work within work areas that have vulnerable groups and prevents anyone who is on the DBS list from gaining employment in such settings.  Where UK legislation changes and is amended this course will be updated to reflect this.  

In this course students learn:

Legislation around Safeguarding vulnerable groups

Types of abuse 

Signs and symptoms of abuse

The "alerter"; your role and responsibilities

Reporting and recording; when to make a disclosure and to whom.

Includes: domestic violence and abuse, modern slavery and the homeless

The mental capacity Act and Deprivation of liberties

The Disclosure and Barring system - to be added

Deborah is currently drafting a final element for this course and may take some time to get to you; this element will pay attention to the obligation of confidentiality and data protection.  This involves a very personal experience in which work colleagues, at a place where Deborah once worked, (a private health care setting) forged false allegations against her.  Deborah will utilise the acronym F.E.A.R as a method of providing how psychological abuse can be applied and lead to the decimation of a persons character, credibility and career - Deborah opens this to students so that students will become mindful of a malignant personality disorder that issues abuse in a pathological way.  This element creates the foundation of a course that will be available around Cluster b personality disorders and the abuse they spew upon their victims and looks at holistic healing methods and practices the victim can apply to heal and recover. 

*****Deborah will pay profits from this course as a monthly donation to a charity that helps, supports and assists homeless women here in the UK; this is because women, both migrant and refugee women as well as UK nationals, are the most vulnerable in society.*****

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is a holistic therapist, care worker/professional or interested in how to help keep vulnerable people and groups; this course includes information about mental capacity and human rights within the UK
Course content
Expand all 22 lectures 01:35:20
+ Introduction to Safeguarding vulnerable groups
20 lectures 01:34:49

Students are introduced to the course.

Preview 05:11

Students identify who is a vulnerable person.

Who are vulnerable people...
02:42

Anyone can abuse another person; either deliberately and intently or inadvertently and unintentionally.  However there can be many variables at play where abuse may arise; a person, maybe single handed in caring for a loved one.  This carer may lack training, understanding and knowledge of how to provide care safely and effectively, they may have little to no support.  One day tired and overwhelmed they walk out of the house and ignore the needs of their loved one; this would be deemed abuse but what about other factors?

Introduction - additional information
02:36

Students learn why abuse happens.

Why abuse happens?
08:08

What types of abuse are there?

Types of abuse
02:08

Signs and symptoms of different abuses

Abuse additional informations and advice
04:57

Signs and symptoms of each abuse

Signs and symptoms of abuse
05:35

Addressing modern day slavery and people trafficking.

Modern day slavery
04:21

Slavery is not a thing of the past and has continued to grow...

Modern day slavery
01:34

Domestic violence and abuse can incorporate all types of abuse... 

Domestic violence / abuse
07:29

Domestic violence and abuse is rife; cycles of abuse continue until society decides no more!

Domestic violence / abuse
01:48

The most vulnerable in society led to my choosing to dedicate the profits from this course to charity.

The Homeless; the most vulnerable in society!
04:10

The homeless are the most vulnerable group and still omitted from safeguard training

The Homeless
01:12
UK Law around safeguarding
02:08

Some UK legislation underpinning UK health care

Legislation and regulation; The New Care Act – What’s in it for Safeguarding?
04:56

Students learn about the UK Human Rights Act 1998 and can also download pdf documents of The Mental Capacity Act 

The Human Rights Act 1998 and The Mental Capacity Act 2005
02:12

An overview of elderly care experienced in UK 2011

Report about the state of elderly care
02:42
Whistle blowing pt1!
10:56
Whistle blowing pt2!
09:56
+ What have you learned?
1 lecture 00:19

You have a PDF document that has area criteria within and that has been supporting your learning.  The following quiz aims to help you check out your learning; it is only 3 questions and fairly simple... if you don't know the answer just check back in the course recordings and readings. 

Safeguarding vulnerable groups
3 questions
Certificate of completion
00:19