Safeguarding Adults – Care Certificate

Safeguarding Adults – Care Certificate

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Safeguarding adults means protecting a person’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It involves protecting vulnerable adults from abuse or neglect and putting plans in place to prevent harm in the future. It also involves helping people to live as well as possible and to remain healthy and have their independence maintained.

This module looks at how to recognize the signs of abuse, how you can help reduce the likelihood of abuse occurring and how to respond to suspected or disclosed abuse. It examines national policies, local systems and employer procedures. A multiple-choice knowledge check is included.

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