- Domestic Abuse
- Domestic Abuse and pregnancy, Coercive control, Familial abuse, Multi-agency working, Documenting evidence
- Guidance for swearing and domestic abuse references
Level of Complexity:
- 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.
- Young pregnant woman suffering from domestic abuse perpetrated by husband and mother-in-law
- Victim has shrugged off help from other agencies
- Health visitor builds rapport with victim
- Health visitor uses creative methods to speak to victim and get her away from perpetrators
- Health visitor is persistent in her approach
- Controlling behavior
- Mother-in-law abuse
- Familial abuse
- Multi-agency working
- To explore asking the questions about domestic abuse
- To explore the concerns and feelings of the Health Visitor
- To recognize the risk factor for all concerned
- To identify the impact of controlling behaviour
- To reflect on the impact of building trust and rapport
- To evaluate your ways of working with domestic abuse
- What can Helen do now?
- What did Maryam mean when she made the ‘throat gestures’ and how would you document that?
- What are the risk implications for all concerned?
- How could you have dealt with this issue?
- Think of some imaginative ways of asking about domestic abuse.
- Think of some imaginative ways of speaking to a person on their own.
- What agencies are there in your area to help in this situation?
- What is your role in situations like this and do you have the autonomy to be creative?
- Health Visitor
- Social Worker
- Voluntary Sector support worker
- Children and Family centre staff
- One to one
- Group training
- Awareness event
- Develop a policy on asking the question on domestic abuse
- Develop a pathway
- Identify specialist support services
- Managing conflict
- Safe working practices