- Adult Safeguarding
- Dementia, Safeguarding Procedures, Domestic abuse, Controlling behaviour, Issues of capacity and consent
- No Guidance Required
Level of Complexity: Advanced
- Differentiation applies depending on the audience
- Trainer to develop the questions accordingly using differentiation words such as List, describe, identify, develop a policy, develop a pathway etc.
- Elderly female who was being assessed for the onset of a dementia-begins relationship with male several years younger than her
- Male moves in with the elderly woman
- Elderly woman’s daughter suspects the male’s motives
- Daughter suspects controlling behaviour
- Elderly woman dies
- Daughter finds out mother and the male had secretly married
- Daughter questions legality of the marriage
- Male is next-of-kin and gains control of his wife’s funeral
- Safeguarding procedures for Registrars
- How GP’s support relatives of people with memory problems
- How GP’s and others can hear the voice of the patient
- Understanding the issues around assessing capacity and consent
- Understanding agencies’ duty of care to understand the Mental Capacity Act and tools to evidence a Robust capacity assessment
- To recognize potential risk indicators and how to act on concerns
- To identify partner agencies who may have additional information and support for both family and mother
- To understand the 3 stage test for Section 42 Care Act 2014 and duty of care
- Understanding that Partner agencies have to have policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding adults at risk and to ensure they are at Care Act compliant
- How do we get to see Adults on their own
- How do agencies ensure they hear the voice of the adult?
- What risk factors are identified throughout the story?
- What is your knowledge regarding specialist support agencies e.g. Alzheimer’s Society, Age Uk, Citizens Advice Bureau and NHS Memory clinics and other local services?
- The complexities around decision specific capacity assessments.
- What are the decisions that the mother is making?
- Who are the decision makers in the story?
- GPs and other NHS staff
- Social Care staff
- 3rd Sector partner agencies
- Councillors and MPs
- One to one
- Group training
- Awareness event
- Adults and Carers
- Making Safeguarding Personal training and policy development.
- Information sharing protocol discussion
- Coercive Control Capacity and Consent
- Mental Capacity Act training
- Awareness around the complexities of supporting someone with dementia
- Link in resource to Dementia friends training