Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults in Care

Safeguarding people simply means protecting people from potential threats. However, when it comes to safeguarding vulnerable adults in care, it means so much more. Safeguarding vulnerable adults in care includes:

  • Protecting their rights to live in safety.
  • Protecting them from abuse, neglect, and lack of care.
  • Ensuring that wellbeing is embraced and adults are wished, blessed, and given importance.

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Duty of Care: What is it?

Duty of Care Act
Duty of Care Act

The duty of care, as defined in tort law, is a legal obligation that is imposed on an individual requiring adherence to reasonable care while performing any acts that could potentially harm others.

The duty of care applies to anyone who is in a position to influence something that can cause some sort of harm to others or the stakeholders. For example, the duty of care applies to a lawyer who has the duty to study the defendant’s case properly and to the judge who has to pass a valid judgment without any favoritism. Continue reading “Duty of Care: What is it?”

Disability Carers | Key skills for working with those with disabilities

Overview for disability carers

It’s normal to feel somewhat dubious conversing with or connecting with somebody who has a physical, tangible, or scholarly incapacity. Associating with individuals with disabilities ought to be the same as some other socialisation. Be that as it may, in case you’re not acquainted with a given handicap, you may fear either saying something hostile or doing the wrong thing by offering help. Disability Carers are trained to overcome this. Continue reading “Disability Carers | Key skills for working with those with disabilities”

Dementia: how you may be able to reduce the risk

Dementia affects millions of people worldwide each year. It is believed that over 18 percent of all men and women over the age of 75 experience some degree of dementia.  Annually this figure is rising with many younger people, sometimes as young as 40 developing symptoms.

While genetics and other factors play a part, research has found that there are a number of ways individuals can change their lifestyle to help prevent or delay the onset.  Obvious preventable measures include smoking, a reduction in alcohol intake and a move away from a sedentary lifestyle.
In addition, the following suggestions have been found to have a positive impact on reducing risk. Continue reading “Dementia: how you may be able to reduce the risk”