Seminar Outline

These are indepth half day courses, designed to equip you with an understanding of the nature of elder abuse: what it is, why it happens, prevalence, risk factors, and how best to respond. The session additionally covers confidentiality and disclosure, whistleblowing, and both workforce and adult safeguarding legislation.

Course Outline  

What is elder abuse 
How do we know it happens
Why does it happen, risk factors
How extensive is the problem
Confidentiality, Disclosure and Whistleblowing
How to respond
The Safeguarding clauses of the Care Act, and the inherent challenges 
The perspectives of safeguarding
Concepts of Safeguarding

By the end of the session participants will have an understanding of elder abuse and how to respond to it, the nature of such abuse, including victims and perpetrators, and the latest developments around safeguarding legislation, including guiding principles and concepts.  Participants will have a greater potential to engage in the safeguarding of older people and other adults at risk.

On completion of the seminar a certificate of attendance will be awarded to each delegate.

Members of AEA are entitled to a 15% discount.

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Ticket Quantity Price

Non Member Fee

Decrease Increase £84.00

Member

Decrease Increase £72.00