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What is Organisational Abuse?

Organisational Abuse includes neglect and poor care practice within an institution or specific care setting such as a hospital or care home or in relation to care provided in one’s own home. This may range from one off incidents to on-going ill-treatment.

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What are the different types of abuse?

Abuse can take many forms, including:

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What happens if I need to attend a Planning Meeting?

In preparation of this meeting it may be appropriate to seek the view of the Adult at Risk in relation to where they would like meeting to be held. I.e. they may want this meeting to be held in their home.

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How do I report harm or a concern?

Abuse can happen to anyone, but some adults are more "at risk" of abuse or neglect because they are more vulnerable.

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Outcome Meetings

In preparation of this meeting it may be appropriate to seek the view of the Adult at Risk in relation to where they would like meeting to be held. i.e. they may want this meeting to be held in their home

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Outcome Review Meetings

The outcome review meeting is to review any outstanding actions made at the outcome meeting and to ensure the protection plan agreed at that meeting is working and the Adult at Risk is supported and enabled to manage any remaining risks

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Planning Meetings

In preparation of this meeting it may be appropriate to seek the view of the Adult at Risk in relation to where they would like meeting to be held. I.e. they may want this meeting to be held in their home.

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