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WAA1: What is Adult Abuse?

WAA1: What is Adult Abuse?
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Many people are still unaware that adult abuse exists in our society. Abuse is probably much more common than is generally acknowledged. It is imperative that anyone working with a vulnerable adult develops an understanding of what constitutes adult abuse and this is the main aim of this DVD.

Abuse can be inflicted on a person in all sorts of different ways; many of which are very subtle. Workers need to have knowledge about the six categories of abuse - physical; sexual; emotional/psychological; financial/material; neglect/acts of omission; discriminatory - which can happen in the community or in institutions.

The DVD can be used to introduce the subject of adult abuse to a wide range of workers across the sectors - statutory, voluntary and independent. Case studies are used to illustrate the different forms of abuse. The DVD also contains learning points, discussion questions and exercises.



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TRAINING COURSES - AUTUMN/WINTER
 
1) Course 1 - Safeguarding Adults for BSL Interpreters: Safe and Best Practice - Saturday 14th October 2017.
 
2) Assertiveness Training - Saturday 18th November 2017.
 
3) Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence - Saturday 20th January 2018.
 
4) Course 2 - Advanced Safeguarding Adults for BSL Interpreters: More on Practice Issues - Saturday 17th March 2018.
 
Time: All courses run from 09.30 to 16.30.
 
Venue: Holiday Inn Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield.
 
Telephone or e-mail for course flyers and an application form.
 
 
10% OFF FEATURED BOOK FOR SEPTEMBER
 
"Can You Read Me: Creative Writing with Child and Adult Victims of Abuse" is the featured book of the month.
 
Offer price: £17.10 (P&P is FREE)
 
Reviews: 

'Occupational therapists will already be familiar with the principles of group work but the book demonstrates who the use of poetry can be used to order the chaos of the thoughts of the writers and describes the practical use of journals for workers in helping victims through the healing process. The book is also littered with useful snippets of advice. It is written in an economical, plain language sensitive to the subject matter and is deceptively quick to read as you are drawn in by the emotional raw poetry and writing it contains.' (Mental Health Occupational Therapy Journal)

'The first sixty-seven pages explore the creation of the book, understanding the origins of the work it presents and seeking to analyse it. These pages, in my opinion, concretise the book's real value. In my own experience as a counsellor with survivors of abuse, writing is frequently employed as a therapeutic tool but is less frequently well-understood. The book is clear and understandable. Various exercises are handily summarised in a series of readymade handouts, which may be photocopied and reused. This would be a valuable addition to the library of anyone working, or considering work, with survivors of abuse.' (Lapidus)

 
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