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Strategies and procedures used in health and social care.

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´╗┐Unit 11 m1 Strategies and procedures used in health and social care. Sector guidance They are guide line set to ensure that vulnerable adult are taken care of to the best of the guidelines ability .This are given to the employs to enforce in their work place . The Department of Health?s ?No Secrets? guidance is a key document that sets out guidance for inter-agency working led by social services. This mean the all the agency like social serves NHS and other agency alike share information to insure that they help keep everyone safe . e.g. if a patient come to the hospital with unexplained injuries the NHS is forced to share this information with social service to investigate the harm that has happen to the individual . ...read more.

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the police would be involved due that the arrest of the physical abuse happen. Then GP would be present to check if their help is okay and social worker to ensure that find the right environment to place the individual inn. With all these people working together it can help get them to sit a talk about the next steps the work takes in the person care plan. Working with the adults using services families' and informal cares The best way to prevent abuse is to let and person when something is and is not okay that?s why they may is to empower a person to stand up when the feel as they are being abused. You can do that be inform them of what is okay and what is not okay for. ...read more.

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The barring list is the list of people who pose a threat or who are banned to working with valuable people like adults and children. This list is important and need to be check when hiring a staff member. The list ensure of two places. One of people who are a threat to working with valuable individuals and one of pole who are bannered from working with children and valuable adults as the may harm these individuals The list have the name of people who are banner be the ISA independ safeguarding authority Another action to take is doing a CRB check. A criminal record bureau check is background check the looking to find out if a person have heard a criminal record and find out if they have any connection with the police or other people alike. ...read more.

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